|Subject:||how to load .gmodel file?|
|Date:||Tue, 19 Nov 2002 21:08:58 -0800|
Great job in the project ... Thanks.
I am trying to port a program written with Cocoa on MacOSX (really simple program ... actually the CurrencyConverter sample) to GNUstep on Solaris. I am trying to convert MainMenu.nib directory (and three .nib files in it) with nib2gmodel, but am not successful yet.
When I run nib2gmodel on MainMenu.nib directory, it succeeds to generate a file, which is a XML file and does not look like a .gmodel file (.gmodel files I find in GNUstep packages aren't XML files).
When I run nib2gmodel on MainMenu.nib/classes.nib, I get "An uncaught exception was raised. Cannot load 2.x-style .nib files." And it doesn't generate any .gmodel files.
Hence the questions.
- Is my nib2gmodel is doing what it's supposed to do? Or do I have installation/configuration problem?
- Is nib2gmodel-0.8.0 self-contained? Or do I need to install libraries like gnustep-core, gnuste-gui, etc.? When I installed nib2gmodel on MacOS X, it didn't complain about library dependencies, so I didn't install anything other than itself.
- Should I run nib2gmodel on the directory (MainMenu.nib), or the file (MainMenu.nib/classes.nib)?
- Am I missing something else?
I will greatly appreciate any help and advice.
Concentration ... Naomaru Itoi
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