objc classes don't load at runtime - gui/win32
Stephen Brandon <stephen <at> brandonitconsulting.co.uk>
2002-01-04 18:08:09 GMT
I reported this problem some time ago but made no progress
at that time. Today though I have discovered what might be a
clue - so I'd appreciate anyone who has knowledge of the
objc runtime having a look at this and seeing if it's
relevant to the problem.
latest CVS gnustep on Win2000/Cygwin tools/mingw32.
The basic problem is that gnustep-gui classes are not found
at runtime. gnustep-base classes are fine, and other
frameworks that I use (MusicKit, SndKit etc) also load ok.
I compile libobjc-1.1.0 with the debug option on, so all
loading and caching of imps, modules and classes is
For the first time, I see some diagnostic output that seems
to relate to a gnustep-gui class, thus hopefully pointing to
the fact that it is being at least partially loaded. In this
case, I get some of the following in the output:
Record selector NSEraseRect:[(null)] as: 1459
Record selector NSHighlightRect:[(null)] as: 1460