Adam Fedor | 11 Sep 18:53 2006

ANN: GNUstep Startup 0.16.0

What is the GNUstep Startup Package?

GNUstep Startup is a compilation of the following core GNUstep packages:
gnustep-make Version 1.13.0
gnustep-base Version 1.13.0
gnustep-gui Version 0.11.0
gnustep-back Version 0.11.0

The main advantage of Startup is that it includes a script to
automatically build and install the core GNUstep system.

After installing GNUstep Startup, you will have a complete system for
compiling and running GNUstep applications. You will, of course, need
to compile and install applications (such as GWorkspace) to actually
use GNUstep in a runtime system. For a complete developement system,
you would also need to install the Gorm and ProjectCenter

The installation scripts have been tested on:

GNU-Linux/PPC (YellowDog Linux 3.0)
Darwin/PPC 7.x
Solaris/SPARC 2.7
Debian Unstable/ix86

NOTES: Windows uses should preferably use the Windows binary installer
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Adam Fedor | 11 Sep 18:54 2006

ANN: GNUstep examles 1.1.0

A new examples package has been released. It contains only minor 
updates. See
David Ayers | 14 Sep 18:34 2006

ANN: GNUstep Database Library 2 Version 0.10.1

The GNUstep Database Library 2 Package, version 0.10.1 is now available.

What is the GNUstep Database Library 2 Package?

The GNUstep Database Library 2 (GDL2) is a set of libraries to map
Objective-C objects to rows of relational database management systems
(RDBMS).  It aims to be compatible with Enterprise Objects Framework
(EOF) as released with WebObjects 4.5 from Apple Inc.  It requires 
- the GNUstep Make Package
- the Base Package
- the GUI Package
- the Back Package
- the GORM Package

The package has been tested on:

Debian Sarge/x86
Debian Etch/x86
Debian Sid/x86 (Sept 2006)

Changes in version 0.10.1

This followup release only includes packaging issues.  Not all of the
subprojects were installed into the correct GNUSTEP_INSTALLATION_DIR
by default.

Changes in version 0.10.0
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