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GNUstep provides the [[Foundation]] and [[AppKit|Application Kit]] frameworks. GNUstep provides the [[Foundation]] and [[AppKit|Application Kit]] frameworks.
-Add your extension, framework or library to one of the subcategories. If a subcategory doesn't yet exist, choose a new name as a short description (eg. "Math" or "Science" or "Games"). Simply calling it "Library" is not a good description ;-)+If you want to add a new or missing extension, framework or library, please [[:Template:Framework|read this article first]].
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 +* List of available [[:Category:Bundles | bundles]]
* [[Scripting of frameworks|How to make frameworks scriptable]] * [[Scripting of frameworks|How to make frameworks scriptable]]
* [[PrefixIndex|Index of prefixes used by different GNUstep-related libraries and frameworks]] * [[PrefixIndex|Index of prefixes used by different GNUstep-related libraries and frameworks]]
 +* [[Framework wish list]]
[[Category:Development]] [[Category:Development]]

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A framework, sometimes also called a "kit", is a way to package a logically related set of classes, protocols and functions together with localized strings, online documentation, and other pertinent files.

GNUstep provides the Foundation and Application Kit frameworks.

If you want to add a new or missing extension, framework or library, please read this article first.

See also:


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