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Category Archives: gnustep
Yes, really, every problem. Don’t think of Cocoa as "simple things simple, complex things possible" (actually, was it Cocoapenextstepsody or Perl who started with that tagline? Or someone else? I digress) but "simple things simple, complex things simple but you’re … Continue reading
Certain events at work have turned me into a bit of a design patterns geek of late, and as such I stumbled across this DDJ article from 1997 (the title of this post is the link). According to del.icio.us not … Continue reading
I am now an associate member of the FSF. This is a good way to support Free Software development (including GNUstep, and you don’t even need to be able to code :-). I’ve added a referral link to the sidebar … Continue reading
In other words, it’s "Graham remembers that someone needs to write the interwebs, too" time. The main reason I haven’t written in a while is that I’m enjoying the new job, so it’s satiating my hacking desires. No hacking projects … Continue reading
Maybe it’s just me who gets annoyed by teeny-tiny miniaturised views which are completely illegible. Even so, I’ve just uploaded an article I wrote on Miniwindows which can be used in any OpenStep implementation such as Cocoa or GNUstep. It’s … Continue reading
GNUstep has been approved for this year’s Google Summer of Code. The title link goes to the GNUstep wiki page outlining possible projects, but I’m sure that if a student had another idea you’d be welcome to talk about it … Continue reading
Just came in on #gnustep. Many photos of the GNUstep booth, dev room and of course the famous GNUstep dinner.
It appears that I’m sat in Terminal B of L’Aeroporte Nationale de Bruxelles, waiting for my flight to board. While there are wirelesses around, the ones to which I can connect seem not to be offering much in the way … Continue reading
GNUstep-make now supports arbitrary(-ish) filesystem layouts. While the default is still the /usr/GNUstep layout with the various domains, one of the bundled alternatives is to put everything in FHS-compliant locations. Once that hits a release (which I believe will be … Continue reading