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extensions (Was: Re: ANN: GDL2)

From: Stefan Urbanek
Subject: extensions (Was: Re: ANN: GDL2)
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 08:21:03 +0100


Great to see it, especialy postgreSQL adaptor. Good work! :)

While compiling extensions:

Compiling file GCArray.m ...
GCArray.m: In function `-[GCArray initWithObjects:count:]':
GCArray.m:56: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned
GCArray.m:59:71: pasting "[" and "[" does not give a valid preprocessing token
GCArray.m: In function `-[GCArray initWithArray:]':
GCArray.m:71: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned
GCArray.m:115:46: pasting "[" and "(" does not give a valid preprocessing token
GCArray.m: In function `-[GCArray indexOfObjectIdenticalTo:]':

I have to do (in extensions/gnustep-base):

Index: NSException.h
RCS file: 
retrieving revision 1.4
diff -r1.4 NSException.h
#define PRECOMP

to make it compile.

This error is common with some sources compiled with gcc 3.3 (some fixes were 
already made to gnuste-gui some time ago).

This involves a question, what are extensions good for? I see that there is a 
garbage collection there and some kind of another exception handling mechanism.
Would it be possible to use GC from gnustep-base?


On 2002-11-16 00:10:57 +0100 Mirko Viviani <address@hidden> wrote:


I'm pleased to announce the release of the long awaited GDL2 !

GDL2 is an acronym for GNUstep Database Library, an Objective-C implementation
of the EOF framework >= v2.0 from NeXT Software, Inc.

It consists of EOAccess and EOControl layer, EOModeler library to support
eogenerator and a PostgreSQL adaptor. Actually there is no support for the
interface part and the model inheritance.

I would like to thank all the people that helped me doing this project,
in particular Manuel Guesdon, David Wetzel, Gerald Siebke and David Ayers
that have done an excellent job improving and testing the framework.

You can grab GDL2 from gnustep cvs, dir gnustep/dev-libs/gdl2

Enjoy !

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