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Re: GCC Framework support in Linux
- From: Neil Booth <neil at daikokuya dot co dot uk>
- To: Stefan Urbanek <urbanek at host dot sk>
- Cc: gnustep-discuss at gnu dot org, gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2003 22:23:55 +0100
- Subject: Re: GCC Framework support in Linux
Stefan Urbanek wrote:-
> As I am not member of this list, so let me introduce a bit. I am a
> developer creating frameworks and applications for the GNUstep project
> A friend of mine has pointed me to this message:
> I think that disabling framework support for linux is not a good idea. The
> project GNUstep is free implementation variant of OpenStep - predcessor of
> OSX. GNUstep has frameworks and they are almost the same as OSX frameworks.
> At this time, GNUstep is using hacks like symlinks to shared libraries and
> headers to be able to support frameworks. Note, that GNUstep is
> cross-platform environment.
> Because GNUstep is cross-platform environment, i would suggest not to
> restrict framework support only for OSX. I am crossposting this to
> discuss-gnustep and therefore I would like to open it to a discussion to
> find some way.
We don't intend to restrict it. If you want it to become something
generic, then we need a complete and thorough description of how you
would like it to work.