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Fwd: Re: Install GNUstep on a fresh Debian Jessie (S1-E2)

From: Stefan Bidigaray
Subject: Fwd: Re: Install GNUstep on a fresh Debian Jessie (S1-E2)
Date: Mon, 29 Feb 2016 08:58:29 -0500

Didn't reply to the list....

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From: "Stefan Bidigaray" <address@hidden>
Date: Feb 29, 2016 8:57 AM
Subject: Re: Install GNUstep on a fresh Debian Jessie (S1-E2)
To: "Tristan Bellogi" <address@hidden>

I just noticed something from your configure output... Your system is picking up libobjc2, not libobjc2. After checking for all the directories, the script does a check for the library and it is using the GCC version of the library, not the one you built. I would just uninstall gobjc altogether.

See if that help you any when configuring/installing make.

On Feb 29, 2016 8:37 AM, "Tristan Bellogi" <address@hidden> wrote:

Le 29/02/2016 14:28, Stefan Bidigaray a écrit :

On Feb 29, 2016 5:29 AM, "Tristan Bellogi" <address@hidden> wrote:
> checking for User Applications directory... GNUstep/Applications
> checking for User Admin Applications directory... GNUstep/Applications/Admin
> checking for User Web Applications directory... GNUstep/Library/WebApplications
> checking for User Tools directory... GNUstep/Tools
> checking for User Admin Tools directory... GNUstep/Tools/Admin
> checking for User Library directory... GNUstep/Library
> checking for User Headers directory... GNUstep/Library/Headers
> checking for User Libraries directory... GNUstep/Library/Libraries
> checking for User Documentation directory... GNUstep/Library/Documentation
> checking for User Info Documentation directory... GNUstep/Library/Documentation/info
> checking for User Man Documentation directory... GNUstep/Library/Documentation/man
> checking for System User directory... /home
> checking for Network User directory... /home
> checking for Local User directory... /home


> But while doing this I just notice that:
> checking for System User directory... /home
> checking for Network User directory... /home
> checking for Local User directory... /home
> seem to NOT have not been created... I've a correct GNUstep tree within /usr/GNUstep but no GNUstep dir within my own home, nor anywhere else...??? Did I've already made a BIG mistake or miss something important ?

What exactly is wrong? Are you having a specific problem or are you just not seeing the directory? The GNUstep directory isn't created until you first use it, usually when setting a default or something. The system doesn't know under which user to create it.

> Since every install scripts I've being reading begin to install the Make System first, completly remove clang/llvm... In this case I of course can't use --enable-objc-nonfragile-abi option in the my command...
> And of course if I choose to run upon Objc2 it is probably to be able to use such a feature ;-)

I haven't had to do an install from complete scratch in a while, so my memory might be fuzzy... I believe libobjc2 should be installed before GNUstep make. It uses Cmake as it's build system and is independent from the rest of the GNUstep build system.

Yep! I've read 'bout this several places, that's why I did install libobjc2 before everything else!

> Ok, let's go further, just to see..., next step is to download the Base library and build it., OK?
> At this point, running a simple: ./configure shortly ends asking me to install the GNUstep Make first!?

Did you source GNUstep.sh? Just saying it to .bashrc is not enough. That file only gets sourced when you start a bash session. If you're building a system with GUI, I would suggest putting it in .xinitrc or .xsession, depending on how you start X.

YES Sir, I did source GNUstep.sh (both by hand and programmatically)
Hopefully this helps you some.
Not really yet, but let me thank you anyway Stefan.


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