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'''GNUstep Startup''' is a compilation of the GNUstep core packages together with the required library ffcall and a script to build and install all packages on Unixlike platforms in the correct order. '''GNUstep Startup''' is a compilation of the GNUstep core packages together with the required library ffcall and a script to build and install all packages on Unixlike platforms in the correct order.
-<h4>Current Version: [http://ftpmain.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/core/gnustep-startup-0.18.3.tar.gz gnustep-startup 0.18.3]</h4>+GNUstep Startup is a compilation the GNUstep core packages: gnustep-make, gnustep-base, gnustep-gui, and gnustep-back. The main advantage of Startup is that it includes a script to automatically build and install the core GNUstep system. After installing GNUstep Startup, you will have a complete system for compiling and running GNUstep applications. You will, of course, need to compile and install applications (such as GWorkspace) to actually use GNUstep in a runtime system. For a complete developement system, you would also need to install the Gorm and ProjectCenter applications. The individual packages are:
-Contains the packages:+* GNUstep [[make]]
-* GNUstep [[make]] 2.0.2+* GNUstep [[base]]
-* GNUstep [[base]] 1.14.2+* GNUstep [[gui]]
-* GNUstep [[gui]] 0.13.1+* GNUstep [[back]]
-* GNUstep [[back]] 0.13.1+* libffi
 +* libobjc
<h3>Related Links</h3> <h3>Related Links</h3>

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GNUstep Startup is a compilation of the GNUstep core packages together with the required library ffcall and a script to build and install all packages on Unixlike platforms in the correct order.

GNUstep Startup is a compilation the GNUstep core packages: gnustep-make, gnustep-base, gnustep-gui, and gnustep-back. The main advantage of Startup is that it includes a script to automatically build and install the core GNUstep system. After installing GNUstep Startup, you will have a complete system for compiling and running GNUstep applications. You will, of course, need to compile and install applications (such as GWorkspace) to actually use GNUstep in a runtime system. For a complete developement system, you would also need to install the Gorm and ProjectCenter applications. The individual packages are:

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