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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Short Objective-C on the server update

It’s been over a year since I looked at GNUstepWeb as a server platform for Objective-C development. I’ve recently had time to dig in a bit more, send the project some patches, and get the platform to a state on the Mac where I can start developing apps. That took a while, in my defence I was writing a book that I wanted to get out while it was sitting on my mind.

My next step (pardon the pun) is to set up a deployment platform on Some UNIX™, and set up post-update deployment of the apps: I already created pre-commit and post-commit hooks for development. It seems that a lot of people come through this blog looking for ObjC server info, I thought it was about time for an update :-).

posted by Graham at 21:11  

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