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Re: Newbie needs some help...

From: Bertrand Gmail
Subject: Re: Newbie needs some help...
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2017 12:05:23 +0200
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I did several installs on Jessie. Here is attached my install script modified from the ubuntu install script on gnustep wiki.

You don't need to compile clang by yourself (which is very long) and can use Jessie's one.

I don't advise to run my script "as is" as it's not a finished work, but more of a "step by step install notes" for myself.

With it, the file System/Library/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh of the GNUstep install directory will be sourced in your bashrc file, and clang will be you defaullt compiler also.

With this you will be able to compile gnustep apps and run them from the commandline. If you want to be able to run them from a graphic interface (menus, launcher etc.), you will need to source this file in your ~/.profile.

Hope this helps.

Bertrand Dekoninck

Le 20/04/2017 à 16:17, David Chisnall a écrit :
On 20 Apr 2017, at 15:12, Yan Le Guen <yargwen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello All,

As the subject line pushed out, I'm a real GNUstep newbie! Recently participate 
to a Mac project and develop using both ObjC and XCode... and began to be ObjC 

Since I'm running Debian Jessie, I would install GNUstep on my computer, I've read 
some tutos 'bout installing the whole stuff and choose to follow: 

Before anything else I'm trying to compile and install libobjc2-1.8...
cd to the unpacked libobjc dir and then do:
mkdir build
cd build

abort with the following error:
CMake Error at opts/CMakeLists.txt:4 (include):
   include could not find load file:


CMake Error at opts/CMakeLists.txt:11 (add_llvm_loadable_module):
   Unknown CMake command "add_llvm_loadable_module".

I'm running Clang 3.9 and llvm 3.9 for over a year having not such error.
What dit I miss in my config, where am I wrong?
It sounds like you’re using an older version of libobjc2.  Did you grab the 
latest version from GitHub, or from somewhere else?  The master branch no 
longer includes the LLVM passes, as they proved too difficult to maintain out 
of tree.


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