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Old 12-25-2010, 01:42 PM   #1
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Objective C


Can anyone tell me what GNUSTep packages do i need to install to compile objective c code ?

Code:
gnustep-back.i686                    0.18.0-4.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-base.i686                    1.20.1-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-base-devel.i686              1.20.1-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-base-doc.noarch              1.20.1-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-examples.i686                1.3.0-3.fc14.1          updates            
gnustep-filesystem.noarch            2.4.0-1.fc14            fedora             
gnustep-gui.i686                     0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-gui-devel.i686               0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-gui-doc.noarch               0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-gui-libs.i686                0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-make.i686                    2.4.0-1.fc14            fedora             
gnustep-make-doc.noarch              2.4.0-1.fc14            fedora
 
Old 12-25-2010, 09:53 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by vbx_wx View Post
Can anyone tell me what GNUSTep packages do i need to install to compile objective c code ?

Code:
gnustep-back.i686                    0.18.0-4.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-base.i686                    1.20.1-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-base-devel.i686              1.20.1-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-base-doc.noarch              1.20.1-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-examples.i686                1.3.0-3.fc14.1          updates            
gnustep-filesystem.noarch            2.4.0-1.fc14            fedora             
gnustep-gui.i686                     0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-gui-devel.i686               0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-gui-doc.noarch               0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-gui-libs.i686                0.18.0-2.fc14           fedora             
gnustep-make.i686                    2.4.0-1.fc14            fedora             
gnustep-make-doc.noarch              2.4.0-1.fc14            fedora
I can't tell you, but it's typically not an issue.

When you compile something and a header file is missing, the compiler tells you which header file is missing. RPM repositories have file lists, so you just look up the needed missing file -> RPM.

Similarly, if linking fails, the linked tells which library is missing. If the linker tells that 'foo' library is mossing, you need libfoo.* file (the '*' is typically 'so' or 'a'). So, again, you locate the needed RPM as above.

Been there, done that "countless" number of times, though not for Objective C.
 
  


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