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-[http://www.bjicp.org 北京ICP]+Here are few FAQ from the old wiki :
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-[http://www.bjicp.org 申请ICP经营许可证]+: <MrBIOS-TS> WELCOME TO GNUSTEP! Don't ever ask these questions. Before you ask them, here are the answers!</tongue-in-cheek>
-http://www.bjicp.org/image/s2.gif{nid GFY}+ 
 +:'''Q.''' Why don't you just have Gorm output Renaissance files?<br/>
 +:'''A.''' Philosophical and architectural incompatibilities.
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 +:'''Q.''' Is there a way to install GNUstep on Mac OS X? Perhaps some howto?<br/>
 +:'''Q.''' Is there any way to use gnustep-make and gnustep-base without using openapp/opentool?<br/>
 +:'''Q.''' Can GNUstep help with porting applications from MacOS-X? Is there any HOWTO on that? See for example Tamsys http://sourceforge.net/projects/tamsys. How difficult it should be to port it to Linux and GNUstep?<br/>
 +:'''A.''' Somehow relevant may be discussion on http://groups.google.com/groups?th=f8a07de1a707dbeb. Unfortunately this link is broken now. Dredge around in the google discussion group, I guess. I couldn't find anything helpful.
 + 
 +:'''Q.''' Can I deploy my GNUstep application without requiring people to install GNUstep?
 +:'''A.''' No. Compare it to running Java applications without people requiring to install Java runtime environment.

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Here are few FAQ from the old wiki :

<MrBIOS-TS> WELCOME TO GNUSTEP! Don't ever ask these questions. Before you ask them, here are the answers!</tongue-in-cheek>
Q. Why don't you just have Gorm output Renaissance files?
A. Philosophical and architectural incompatibilities.
Q. Is there a way to install GNUstep on Mac OS X? Perhaps some howto?
Q. Is there any way to use gnustep-make and gnustep-base without using openapp/opentool?
Q. Can GNUstep help with porting applications from MacOS-X? Is there any HOWTO on that? See for example Tamsys http://sourceforge.net/projects/tamsys. How difficult it should be to port it to Linux and GNUstep?
A. Somehow relevant may be discussion on http://groups.google.com/groups?th=f8a07de1a707dbeb. Unfortunately this link is broken now. Dredge around in the google discussion group, I guess. I couldn't find anything helpful.
Q. Can I deploy my GNUstep application without requiring people to install GNUstep?
A. No. Compare it to running Java applications without people requiring to install Java runtime environment.