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Re: GNUstep on mingw, again


From: S.J.Chun
Subject: Re: GNUstep on mingw, again
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 11:44:47 +0900 (KST)

I'm afraid I have to say that you can get it from CVS repository. (Actually, I 
always have been used CVS only :-)

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Marcel Weiher <address@hidden>
  To: NeXT <address@hidden>
  Cc: address@hidden
  Sent: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 14:56:56 +0000
  Subject: Re: GNUstep on mingw, again

  Ahh, yes, you're right, I didn't.  I saw the note about building it, 
  but couldn't find gnustep-objc, so figured that the instructions had 
  been obsoleted by now on this point.  I looked on the site ( 
  "Downloads" ) and within the make/base packages.  Where else should I 
  look?
  
  Cheers,,
  
  Marcel
  
  On 28 Oct 2003, at 11:26, NeXT wrote:
  
  > Did you used libobjc instead of original one ?
  >
  > On 2003-10-28 18:56:10 +0900 Marcel Weiher <address@hidden> 
  > wrote:
  >
  >> Hi folks,
  >> today, I finally did another gnustep install on Windows using MinGW, 
  >> this time on a real Windows box instead of virtual PC.   Together 
  >> with Nicolas updated gnu-make package that made for a much more 
  >> pleasurable experience.
  >> Everything up to the end seems to have gone swimmingly.  I can even 
  >> compile a small test program, but running it crashes.  It tells me 
  >> that it can't find the class "NSString".
  >> I deviated from the install instructions slightly by using a MinGW 
  >> path ( /gnustep) instead of the DOS/MinGW path ( D:/msys/1.0/... ) at 
  >> a point in the install process.  Could this be the problem?  Should I 
  >> restart the install at that point?
  >> Thanks,
  >> Marcel
  
  




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