| X11 Libraries & Toolkits
GNUstep is the Free Software Foundation's effort to implement NeXT Software Inc.'s OpenStep
Standard. The project is not finished, however some components are useable now.
The GNUstep project consists of the following sub-projects:
GNUstep Interface Modeller Application - An application for graphically assembling application
- GNU Objective C Compiler and Objective C Runtime Library - Although not actually a component
of GNUstep, GCC and the GNU Objective C Runtime Library are integral to GNUstep, since they are
used to make every GNU Objective C program.
- GNUstep Base Library - Code for non-graphical objects, such as strings, collections, archiving
support and distributed objects messaging. (Including functionality similar to OpenStep's
- GNUstep GUI Library - Code for graphical objects used in making a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
This includes buttons, sliders, text fields, windows, menus, etc. (Including functionality similar to
- GNUstep DisplayGhostScript Server - A server that draws PostScript graphics to the screen, and
receives events from the keyboard and mouse. It is based on GhostScript.
Current Version: 0.5
License Type: GPL
Source Code Availability: Yes
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: ??
Linux and other UN*X's
Mailing Lists/USENET News Groups:
Mailing List informatio at http://www.gnustep.org/Resources/FAQ.html
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