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Re: OSXCompatibilityHeaders on Linux

From: Alex Perez
Subject: Re: OSXCompatibilityHeaders on Linux
Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 00:03:10 -0700
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Joe Mason wrote:
I'm trying to build CoreFoundation-Lite on Linux, but CF-368.25 (from
http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/Current/) looks for a
directory called "OSXCompatibilityHeaders", which I can't find anywhere:

ifneq "$(PLATFORM)" "Darwin"
# All other platforms need the compatibility headers
    $(SILENT) $(COPY) OSXCompatibilityHeaders/*.h
    $(PUBLIC_HEADER_DIR)/.. #*/    $(SILENT) $(MKDIRS)
    $(SILENT) $(COPY) OSXCompatibilityHeaders/GNUCompatibility/*.h
    $(PUBLIC_HEADER_DIR)/../GNUCompatibility #*/

I found a post saying someone was able to "copy some files from
CarbonHeaders-3.tar.gz", but I can't find a copy of these either.

Where can I get OSXCompatibilityHeaders from?  I don't have access to a
MacOS X machine.


CoreFoundation is not a part of GNUstep. I'm not aware of a single GNUstepper who uses the Linux CF port

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