|Subject:||Re: Installing GNUstep for Windows 7|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Jun 2011 19:33:29 +0200|
On 16. lip. 2011., at 01:06, Germán Arias wrote:
It certainly won't be able to recognize .m extension. It's best to write GNUmakefiles manually, then perhaps create a .bat file and an item in Tools menu for Code::Blocks.
Alternatively, just use Notepad++ or similar utility to write both source and GNUmakefiles, then compile it from MSYS's shell.
I think the compiler will conflict. You could probably be best off compiling GNUstep under Cygwin, I'm pretty sure that will work, as long as their GCC supports Objective-C. (You can test by writing a piece of pure C code, but compiling it with "gcc -x objective-c inputfilehere -o program.exe".)
GNUstep components are compiled in the following order:
(Someone please correct me if I got anything wrong.)
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