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Re: Update GNUstep on Debian to more recent version?

From: Dennis Leeuw
Subject: Re: Update GNUstep on Debian to more recent version?
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 21:01:30 +0100
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Hi Nikolaus,

I think the easiest way is to remove the installed packages and go from source. To me that is the easiest way. The other option would be to upgrade the entire distro to Testing or Unstable... which is not an easy route and might not give you a stable system.

Note that if you go the source route you should install the different -dev packages for the libraries.

With kind regards,

Dennis Leeuw

address@hidden wrote:
I have a Debian machine up and running and I have installed GNUstep
through the package manager. Unfortunately it is quite old (August
2006) and Gorm (1.1.0) crashes when trying to convert a .gorm file
to .nib.

How can I upgrade (easily?) to a more recent GNUstep version?

Nikolaus - wearing the "hat" of a address@hidden beginner...
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