GNU Objective-C doesn't exists

Solal solal.rastier@me.com
Sun Apr 20 08:19:00 GMT 2014


up!

Le 19/04/2014 17:59, Solal a écrit :
> up!
> 
> Le 19/04/2014 14:31, Solal a écrit :
>> PS : I've tried... And GNU Objective-C is still not present.
>>
>> Le 19/04/2014 14:11, Solal a écrit :
>>> Oh, and... It should'nt. I've tried.
>>>
>>> Le 19/04/2014 14:10, Kevin Ingwersen a écrit :
>>>> Haha, no, its just an emoticonÂ…i tend to write these. :)
>>>> Am Sa. Apr. 19 2014 14:09:13 schrieb Solal:
>>>>
>>>>> What means "o.o"? That's the object code of "o" :D?
>>>>>
>>>>> Le 19/04/2014 14:08, Kevin Ingwersen a écrit :
>>>>>> It should o.o
>>>>>> Am Sa. Apr. 19 2014 14:07:22 schrieb Solal:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Do that include GNU Objective-C++?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Le 19/04/2014 13:55, Kevin Ingwersen a écrit :
>>>>>>>> $ cd gcc-src
>>>>>>>> $ ./configure (Â…) --enable-languages=c,c++,objc
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> You should check this page: http://gcc.gnu.org/install/configure.html
>>>>>>>> Am Sa. Apr. 19 2014 13:52:53 schrieb Solal:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On what command?
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Le 19/04/2014 13:52, Kevin Ingwersen a écrit :
>>>>>>>>>> Did you use: —languages=c,c++,objc ?
>>>>>>>>>> Am Sa. Apr. 19 2014 13:51:09 schrieb Solal:
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Strangely, "gobc" doesn"t exists. I've not installed GNUStep because it
>>>>>>>>>>> tells me to install the GNU Objective-C compiler. I've installed the
>>>>>>>>>>> real GCC (with the source code available on gcc.gnu.org) but GNU
>>>>>>>>>>> Objective-C is still not present.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Le 19/04/2014 13:49, Kevin Ingwersen a écrit :
>>>>>>>>>>>> Hey.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> The GCC that apple providesÂ…is actually clang. OS X is completely Objective-C. You donÂ’t need GNUstep to use Objective-C.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Besides. GNUstep’s „libobjc2“ won’t compile under a Mac - I tested it several, if not hundred, times. And since they are trying to mimic the API you have available on a mac, I would not bother to try and install it, unless you have a good reason to.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> If you now still wanna try and install it, then you should try to compile their libovjc2 first, and everything else you use for them, should go out of reach of your other system stuff! I.e., configure your stuff with this:
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> 	./configure —prefix=/opt/GNUstep
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> This is just to help you out.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Kind regards, Ingwie.
>>>>>>>>>>>> Am Sa. Apr. 19 2014 11:52:46 schrieb Solal:
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Hello, I am a user of GCC for Mac (via binary provided on the Apple
>>>>>>>>>>>>> website) and I noticed wanting to install GNUstep GNU Objective-C is not
>>>>>>>>>>>>> present. So I tried installing from source but GNU Objective-C has not
>>>>>>>>>>>>> been installed. Can you help me, please?
>>>>>>>>>>>>
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