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Re: [Q] ProjectCenter & Gorm running on Windows with MinGW?

From: Sungjin Chun
Subject: Re: [Q] ProjectCenter & Gorm running on Windows with MinGW?
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 14:07:15 +0900


MinGW port of GNUstep does not require X Window System. It just uses Windows GDI(and/or GDI+) for drawing. Just use "openapp", or full path to executable. I'm not sure on whether ProjectCenter work on Windows or not.

Hope this can help you.

On Apr 14, 2006, at 3:42 AM, JongAm Park wrote:

Hello. I downloaded the MinGW version of GNUStep binary, and compiled
the ProjectCenter.
It was compiled successfully. However there is no "open" command, so i
couldn't launch the ProjectCenter.
Do I need to compiled the GWorkSpace to use the GNUStep programs, like
the ProjectCenter and the Gorm?

Should I use a X-Window for using the GNUStep GUI programs?

If it works very OK on Windows without the cygwin ( you know.. the
cygwin has some problems on a machine where I log in as a domain user.
), it would be very nice. And.. it can make a windows machine a very
practical MacOS X machine! I like the elegance of the Objective-C and
the Cocoa framework. I also want to test some of idea about programs I
work with on my iMac when I am out of my home.

Thank you.

JongAm Park
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