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Re: addresse in System Domain

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Re: addresse in System Domain
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 08:35:00 -0700

On Wednesday, February 11, 2004, at 04:21 AM, Björn Giesler wrote:


sorry to barge into this thread so late. I think this is actually a runtime/NSBundle problem. To find the path for a bundle (necessary for locating resource files), NSBundle will first ask the runtime (by usign objc_get_symbol_path()). That should return the correct path, but returns nil on my system (dynamic linker shortcoming?) and, as it appears, on all Linux boxen.

If this returns nil, NSBundle will look *only* in GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ROOT. Therefore, the frameworks aren't found if they're installed in GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT.

Well I think I fixed the objc_get_symbol_path problem a few days ago (in CVS). It works on my machines, at least.

After that it *only* looks in the place where the framework was meant to be installed, but after that it would be nice to go through the standard path list.

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