Sunday, April 14, 2013

This is version 1.2.20 of Gorm.


1 ANNOUNCE
**********

This is version 1.2.20 of Gorm.

1.1 What is Gorm?
=================

Gorm is an acronym for Graphic Object Relationship modeler (or perhaps
GNUstep Object Relationship Modeler).

   Gorm is a clone of the Cocoa (OpenStep/NeXTSTEP) `Interface Builder'
application for GNUstep.

1.2 Noteworthy changes in version `1.2.20'
==========================================

   * Bug fixes #28643, #32827

   * Corrected issues with updating document when there is a change.

   * Add cells as objects to the document so they can be properly
     edited.

   * Changes to prevent recursive frame change notifications.

1.3 How can I get support for this software?
============================================

You may wish to use the GNUstep discussion mailing list for general
questions and discussion.  Look at the GNUstep Web Pages for more
information regarding GNUstep resources `http://www.gnustep.org/'

1.4 Where can you get it?  How can you compile it?
==================================================

You can download sources and rpms (for some machines) from
`ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/dev-apps'.

1.5 Where do I send bug reports?
================================

Bug reports can be sent to .

1.6 Obtaining GNU Software
==========================

Check out the GNUstep web site. (`http://www.gnustep.org/'), and the
GNU web site. (`http://www.gnu.org/')

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Version 0.23.1 of the GNUstep GUI library (`gnustep-gui') is available

1 ANNOUNCE
**********

This is version 0.23.1 of the GNUstep GUI library (`gnustep-gui').

1.1 What is the GNUstep GUI Library?
====================================

It is a library of graphical user interface classes written completely
in the Objective-C language; the classes are based upon Apple's Cocoa
framework (which came from the OpenStep specification as release by
NeXT Software, Inc).  The library has been enhanced in a number of ways
to take advantage of the GNU system.  These classes include graphical
objects such as buttons, text fields, popup lists, browser lists, and
windows; there are also many associated classes for handling events,
colors, fonts, pasteboards and images.

   The GNUstep GUI Library is designed in two parts.  The first part is
the front-end component which is independent of platform and display
system.  This front-end is combined with a back-end component which
handles all of the display system dependent such as specific calls to
X/Windows.  This design allows the GNUstep applications to have the
"look and feel" of the underlying display system without any changes to
the application, and the library can be easily ported to other display
systems.

   The GNUstep GUI Library requires the GNU Objective-C compiler, the
GNUstep Base Library, the TIFF Graphics library, and a back-end
component like the GNUstep 'Back' Backend.

1.2 Noteworthy changes in version `0.23.1'
==========================================

This is a bugfix release, primarily to deal with coding/archiving
issues.

1.3 Where can you get it?  How can you compile it?
==================================================
The gstep-gui-0.23.1.tar.gz distribution file has been placed at
`ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/core'.

Read the INSTALL file or the GNUstep-HOWTO for installation
instructions.

1.4 Where do I send bug reports?
================================

Please log bug reports on the GNUstep project page
`http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=gnustep' or send bug reports to
<bug-gnustep@gnu.org>.
1.5 Obtaining GNU Software
==========================

Check out the GNUstep web site. (`http://www.gnustep.org/'), and the
GNU web site. (`http://www.gnu.org/')

The GNUstep Base Library, version 1.24.4, is now available.

1 Announcement
**************

The GNUstep Base Library, version 1.24.4, is now available.

1.1 What is the GNUstep Base Library?
=====================================

The GNUstep Base Library is a library of general-purpose, non-graphical
Objective C objects.  For example, it includes classes for strings,
object collections, byte streams, typed coders, invocations,
notifications, notification dispatchers, moments in time, network ports,
remote object messaging support (distributed objects), and event loops.

   It provides functionality that aims to implement the non-graphical
portion of the OpenStep standard (the Foundation library).

   There is more information available at the GNUstep homepage at
`http://www.gnustep.org'.

1.2 Noteworthy changes in version `1.24.4'
==========================================

   * Updated time zone data

   * OSX 10.7 NSCalendar methods

   * Portability improvments and minor bugfixes

   * More testcases in the testsuite

1.3 Where can you get it?  How can you compile it?
==================================================

The gnustep-base-1.24.4.tar.gz distribution file has been placed at
`ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/core'.

The GNUstep Makefile Package version 2.6.4 is now available.

1 Announcement
**************

The GNUstep Makefile Package version 2.6.4 is now available.

1.1 What is the GNUstep makefile package?
=========================================

The makefile package is a simple, powerful and extensible way to write
makefiles for a GNUstep-based project.  It allows the user to write a
project without having to deal with the complex issues associated with
configuration, building, installation, and packaging.  It also allows
the user to easily create cross-compiled binaries.

1.2 Changes in version `2.6.4'
==============================

Test framework extended equality tests.

   Android build target

1.3 Obtaining gnustep-make
==========================

You can get the gstep-make-2.6.4.tar.gz distribution file at
`ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/core'

   Please log bug reports on the GNUstep project page
`http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=gnustep' or send bug reports to
<bug-gnustep@gnu.org>.