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Re: Bean through GnuStep - newbie on Linux question

From: Sebastian Reitenbach
Subject: Re: Bean through GnuStep - newbie on Linux question
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 00:32:53 +0100
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On Wednesday, February 15, 2012 23:07 CET, "springbunny11@gmail.com" 
<springbunny11@gmail.com> wrote: 
> Hello all,
> I will be transferring to a Linux system in the next weeks or months.  
> (I have been using only Mac for 15 years. )
> I presently use the excellent word processor for mac called Bean.   
> The author of Bean said he believed a version for Gnustep was created.
> Being a newbie to Linux and knowing nothing about Gnustep - I'm not  
> sure how all of these things work. If I'm using a version of Linux  
> based on Slackware - like Vector or Salix Linux - using the Xfce  
> Desktop - can I somehow run Bean using your Gnustep version?
> I'm very unsure of how to ask all this, so forgive me if I omitted  
> anything important. I'll do my best to fill in answers that you might  
> need.

Bean is hosted on GAP: http://gap.nongnu.org/
But the last time I tried it, about two weeks ago before the FOSDEM, 
unfortunately, I did not got it to do anything useful.


> Thanks in advance. 
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