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GNUstep is a cross-platform, object-oriented framework for desktop application development. Based on the OpenStep specification originally created by NeXT (now Apple), GNUstep enables developers to rapidly build sophisticated software by employing a large library of reusable software components. GNUstep is used in production environments at several organizations. GNUstep is a cross-platform, object-oriented framework for desktop application development. Based on the !OpenStep specification originally created by NeXT (now Apple), GNUstep enables developers to rapidly build sophisticated software by employing a large library of reusable software components. GNUstep is used in production environments at several organizations.
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apt-get install x-window-system-core wmaker apt-get install x-window-system-core wmaker menu
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This will install a meta package, which will install the core GNUstep software to get it to work. This will install a [[metapackage|meta package]], which will install the core GNUstep software to get it to work.
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 * gnustep-devel
 * gnustep-games
 * gnustep-icons
 * DebPkg:gnustep-devel
 * DebPkg:gnustep-games
 * DebPkg:gnustep-icons
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 * [http://www.gnustep.org the GNUstep website]
 * [http://livecd.gnustep.org a live CD with GNUstep]
 * [http://www.toodarkpark.org/computers/objc/ Objective-C]
 * [http://www.gnustep.org/resources/OpenStepSpec/OpenStepSpec.html OpenStep specification]
 * [[http://www.gnustep.org|the GNUstep website]]
 * [[http://livecd.gnustep.org/|a live CD with GNUstep]]
 * [[http://www.toodarkpark.org/computers/objc/|Objective-C]]
 * [[http://www.gnustep.org/resources/OpenStepSpec/OpenStepSpec.html|OpenStep specification]]

== Packaging ==

 * see the [[/Team|Debian GNUstep package maintainers]] page
 * [[/TODO|to-do list]]

== Packaging Hints ==

 * The Debian menu system is [[DebianBug:741573|dead]]. gnustep-base-runtime delivers pl2list which takes *Info.plist files to create name.desktop files. wmaker already integrates desktop files into its menu.

== Software that might get ported to GNUstep ==

 * https://ridiculousfish.com/hexfiend/
 * http://autograf.sourceforge.net/
 * https://www.sokosave.org/
 * https://pages.uoregon.edu/koch/texshop/
 * https://github.com/pete-gordon/hivelytracker/tree/master/sdl/osx/xcode
 * https://ftp.nice.ch/pub/next/games/strategic/_NetHack.README.html
 * https://github.com/NeXT-code-repos/next_appbundle_ping
 * https://github.com/MaddTheSane/NeXTRisk
 * https://github.com/leighsmith/calliopemusic
 * https://github.com/leighsmith/MusicKit
 * https://github.com/cocoadialog/cocoadialog
 * https://github.com/git-up/GitUp/issues/160#issuecomment-246147441


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DebianGNUstep

What is GNUstep?

GNUstep is a cross-platform, object-oriented framework for desktop application development. Based on the OpenStep specification originally created by NeXT (now Apple), GNUstep enables developers to rapidly build sophisticated software by employing a large library of reusable software components. GNUstep is used in production environments at several organizations.

How to install GNUstep

To get a bare minimum base install of X and the preferred window manager for GNUstep, do:

apt-get install x-window-system-core wmaker menu

To install GNUstep do the following:

apt-get install gnustep

This will install a meta package, which will install the core GNUstep software to get it to work.

Other Packages

Other packages that are useful include:

Packaging

Packaging Hints

  • The Debian menu system is dead. gnustep-base-runtime delivers pl2list which takes *Info.plist files to create name.desktop files. wmaker already integrates desktop files into its menu.

Software that might get ported to GNUstep


CategoryDesktopEnvironment