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Re: gorm problem

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: gorm problem
Date: Wed, 1 Jul 2015 23:37:47 +0200

The correct order to compile GNUstep is easy. I still do it about every other 
week :-)

- compile libobjc if you want to have your own version
- start wit GNUstep make
- base is second
- next gui
- and finally back

Make sure that each step is actually using the results from the previous step 
and that the compiled results will end up in the expected directories. (System 
Layout and installation domain)
That should do the trick.


On the road

Am 01.07.2015 um 22:05 schrieb allynm <address@hidden>:

> Fred,
> When I compile a non-gui application using gnustep everything works fine.  I
> have ARC, I have blocks, and I have functioning dispatch queues.  And no
> aborts or mismatches of version 9 with runtime 8.
> When I try to run a gui program however it immediately bombs with the
> aforementioned error.
> Something about gui's.....
> In a previous response to an individual with the same error you suggested
> recompiling the whole shebang "in the right order".  Could you share with me
> what the right order is?  
> Thanks,
> Mark Allyn
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