Adam Fedor | 1 Oct 06:02 2003

Re: gnustep-base-1.7.4 on irix

On Wed, 2003-09-24 at 09:56, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> On irix6.5, /proc doesn't work as expected by gnustep, so in configure,
> irix should be treated like solaris and forced not to use /proc (but the
> fake-main definition).
> 

Fixed.
Andrew E. Ruder | 2 Oct 01:10 2003

NSBrowser.m bug fix

This is a small patch that lets one set the delegate on a 
NSBrowser to nil.  Please cc any replies or notices of
application of the patch, I am not on the mailing list.

Thanks

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nobody | 2 Oct 04:10 2003
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[bug #5686] gnustep-base won't build on Darwin/x86

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http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=5686&group_id=99

Submitted by: waldmire                Project: GNUstep                      
Submitted on: Thu 10/02/2003 at 02:10
Category:  Base/Foundation            Severity:  5 - Major                  
Bug Group:  None                      Resolution:  None                     
Assigned to:  None                    Status:  Open                         

Summary:  gnustep-base won't build on Darwin/x86

Original Submission:  The build ends with the following error:

Making all in Source...

Making all in subprojects of library libgnustep-baseadd...

Making all for subproject Additions...

 Compiling file GSCategories.m ...

GSCategories.m:26:35: warning: Foundation/Foundation.h: No such file or directory

In file included from GSCategories.m:27:

../../Headers/Additions/GNUstepBase/GSCategories.h:41:35: warning: Foundation/Foundation.h:
No such file or directory

In file included from ../../Headers/Additions/GNUstepBase/GSCategories.h:48,

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nobody | 2 Oct 06:10 2003
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[bug #5686] gnustep-base won't build on Darwin/x86


=================== BUG #5686: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=5686&group_id=99

Changes by: Adam Fedor <fedor <at> gnu.org>
Date: Wed 10/01/2003 at 22:10 (US/Mountain)

            What     | Removed                   | Added
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Severity | 5 - Major                 | 1 - Ordinary
           Bug Group | None                      | Installation
         Assigned to | None                      | fedor
              Status | Open                      | Analyzed

------------------ Additional Follow-up Comments ----------------------------
It would be helpful if you gave some more information about what you are doing. It appears you are just making
the Additions library part of GNUstep base. This will only work on systems that already have a Foundation
library (like MacOS X).  On Darwin you need to make the full base library. If this isn't your problem, please
give the output with 'messages=yes' set:

make messages=yes

See also 

http://www.gnu.org/software/gnustep/information/machines_1.html#SEC2

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Submitted by: waldmire                Project: GNUstep                      
Submitted on: Wed 10/01/2003 at 20:10
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nobody | 2 Oct 06:44 2003
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[bug #5686] gnustep-base won't build on Darwin/x86


=================== BUG #5686: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=5686&group_id=99

Changes by: Ed Waldmire <waldmire <at> illinoisalumni.org>
Date: Thu 10/02/2003 at 04:44 (GMT)

------------------ Additional Follow-up Comments ----------------------------
I am simply trying to build the four core parts of GNUstep.  I got through gnustep-make fine, but
gnustep-base gave me an error after running "./configure" and "make".  The output I pasted first is from "make".

How do I go about making a full base library?  I built and configured gnustep-make with
"--with-library-combo=gnu-gnu-gnu." Is this what you are talking about?

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Submitted by: waldmire                Project: GNUstep                      
Submitted on: Thu 10/02/2003 at 02:10
Category:  Base/Foundation            Severity:  1 - Ordinary               
Bug Group:  Installation              Resolution:  None                     
Assigned to:  fedor                   Status:  Analyzed                     

Summary:  gnustep-base won't build on Darwin/x86

Original Submission:  The build ends with the following error:

Making all in Source...

Making all in subprojects of library libgnustep-baseadd...

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nobody | 2 Oct 10:49 2003
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[bug #5686] gnustep-base won't build on Darwin/x86


=================== BUG #5686: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=5686&group_id=99

Changes by: David Ayers <d.ayers <at> inode.at>
Date: Thu 10/02/2003 at 10:49 (Europe/Vienna)

------------------ Additional Follow-up Comments ----------------------------
Currently gnustep-base should build the additions library automatically for non *-gnu-*
configurations (see config.mak(.in))  But if you configured gnustep-make with
"--with-library-combo=gnu-gnu-gnu" that shouldn't happen.  What does you environment variable:

echo $LIBRARY_COMBO

contain before configuring gnuste-base?

Did you 'source' the

/usr/GNUstep/System/Makefiles/GNUstep.[sh/csh]

file after installing gnustep-make?

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Submitted by: waldmire                Project: GNUstep                      
Submitted on: Thu 10/02/2003 at 04:10
Category:  Base/Foundation            Severity:  1 - Ordinary               
Bug Group:  Installation              Resolution:  None                     
Assigned to:  fedor                   Status:  Analyzed                     

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David Ayers | 2 Oct 12:33 2003
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Re: NSBrowser.m bug fix

Andrew E. Ruder wrote:

>This is a small patch that lets one set the delegate on a 
>NSBrowser to nil.  Please cc any replies or notices of
>application of the patch, I am not on the mailing list.
>
>  
>
Thanks!
Commited,
David
Alexander V. Diemand | 3 Oct 13:42 2003
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Additions to StepTalk/Modules/SimpleTranscript

Dear GNUsteppers,

Hereby, I want to share with you a modification to the StepTalk module.

The SimpleTranscript is the primary way of outputting textual
information to the user's console. The converse was missing: no input
could have been read from the console.

I have added the following method to the class SimpleTranscript:
-(NSString*)readLine:(NSString*)prompt;

Currently, this now uses libreadline and tools based on StepTalk must
therefore be linked with libreadline. But this is open to discussion.
;-)

Thanks for inclusion into CVS

Alex.

Alexander V. Diemand
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
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Stefan Urbanek | 3 Oct 18:38 2003
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Re: Additions to StepTalk/Modules/SimpleTranscript

Hi,

Thanks for the patch.

Having StepTalk dependent on readline is not a good idea, so I have cloned SimpleTranscript to
ReadlineTranscript. Code is available in the StepTalk CVS, including a test script test.st (stexec test.st).

Feel free to extend it to suit your needs.

Again, thank you.

Best regards,

Stefan

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Frank Wegmann | 4 Oct 08:36 2003

[gnustep-base 1.8.0] linking of libgnustep-base fails on Cygwin

I try to get GNUstep up and running in a Cygwin environment and got the 
following error:

 Linking library libgnustep-base ...
Info: resolving _xmlGetWarningsDefaultValue by linking to 
__imp__xmlGetWarningsDefaultValue (auto-import)
gnustep-base.exp(.edata+0x3f0):fake: undefined reference to 
`___objc_class_name_NSConcreteWindowsTask'
Info: resolving _xmlGetWarningsDefaultValue by linking to 
__imp__xmlGetWarningsDefaultValue (auto-import)
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
dllwrap: gcc exited with status 1
make[2]: *** [shared_obj/gnustep-base.dll] Error 1
make[1]: *** [libgnustep-base.all.library.variables] Error 2

Before compiling GNUstep base I did the following:
- install a fresh Cygwin environment including gcc 3.3.1; version of 
cygwin itself is 1.5.5-1 (current).
- compile gcc 3.3.1 with ObjC since the dist only has C,C++, Fortran
- install libobjc-1.3.0
- install any other prerequisites as mentioned in the Build Guide
- install GNUstep make-1.8.0

Before installing libobjc-1.3.0 I tried to compile GNUstep base directly 
but failed at the same point.

Any ideas?

TIA,
Frank
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