|Subject:||RE: how to load .gmodel file?|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Nov 2002 19:11:49 -0800|
Thanks for the reply,
> > So what I have IS a .gmodel file ... Great.
> > Now it brings me to the next question ...
> > How to load the .gmodel file (MainMenu.gmodel)?
> > I have put a line NSMainNibFile = "MainMenu" in
> > CurrencyConverter.app/Resources/Info-gnustep.plist.
> > The application tries to read the file, and fails.
> > Parse failed at line 1 (char 2) - unexpected character in
> string". Then
> > "Cannot load the main model file 'MainMenu'".
> > The first line of MainMenu.gmodel looks like:
> > <?xml version="1.0 encoding="UTF-8"?>
> > So it doesn't like "?" mark ??
> > Am I loading .gmodel in a wrong way?
> Hmmm... not sure why that's there. Could you send me a
> copy of the .gmodel
Sure. Please see attached.
I have been using base-1.4.1. Adam has pointed out that (not up-to-date base) may be a problem.
> > > > - Am I missing something else?
> > >
> > > Gorm.app, the InterfaceBuilder clone, is fully functional now
> > > and you should be
> > > able to use it to create the gui. :)
> > Trying Gorm.app, too ... but I'm not able to compile
> > because "NSMiddleMouseDown" is not declared in
> gnustep-gui-0.8.0 (or 0.8.1,
> > 0.8.2). Am I using a wrong version of xgps or gui?
> > Thank you,
> You need to have the latest CVS snapshot. There is another
> release coming in
> a few days, I believe (Adam?), so you can either update or
> wait for the
OK. I'll be on vacation for a week and half anyway, so I'll try the release when I'm back.
Thank you ...
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