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Re: Changes I've been thinking of...

From: Gregory Casamento
Subject: Re: Changes I've been thinking of...
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 14:19:04 -0400

See below...

On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 11:45 AM, David Chisnall <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 9 Oct 2009, at 16:34, Gregory Casamento wrote:
>> I'm sorry to hear this.   GNUstep, in my opinion, does need something
>> similar to Cocotron's SDK.   Dr. Schaller has already made something
>> similar for ARM so that he can cross compile for the ARM platform so
>> it's not terribly difficult... it's just not something we've done for
>> Windows yet.
> Apple, unfortunately, branched clang for XCode 3.2 just before I put a lot
> of fixes in.  Their next release, however, will include a version of clang
> that can target the GNU runtime properly.  To cross-compile for Windows /
> Linux / whatever you will just need copies of the relevant headers and to
> set the include paths and target triple correctly, so we can probably
> provide a plugin that does that quite easily.
> That said, if you use svn or some other version control system from XCode,
> then it's trivial to automate building on a native platform already with
> GNUstep; just check out your svn repository and run pbxbuild; put this in an
> hourly cron job in a VM or a real machine, and you've got an automated
> build.
> David

Well, yeah... I do know about pbxbuild since I helped develop it.
The point is that the majority of mac devs expect things to be done
completely from the mac.

Gregory Casamento
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