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Re: Inquiry re. compilation.

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: Inquiry re. compilation.
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 06:20:35 +0100 (BST)

> Hi folks,
> I'm sort of toying with the idea of writing an Objective C tutorial by
> discussing common programming tasks related to combinatorics. This is just
> an idea, though, and I can't promise anything. I would be using what Apple
> calls the "Foundation classes" (e.g. NSDictionary, NSValue etc.) as
> opposed to the "Appkit classes" (e.g. NSButtonCell, NSView etc.) 
> I have a very basic question. If I have a C program or a Perl script, I
> can compile and run it with a single command. What is the shortest command
> to compile an Objective C program that is contained in a single file, does
> not need a GUI, but makes use of the "Foundation classes.", all of it
> without setting up a Project / using the .app framework.

If you are using gnustep-make, I'd suggest writing a very simple and
trivial GNUmakefile for a command line tool - then the command is 'make'.



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