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Re: Is GNUstep Web alive?

From: Manuel Guesdon
Subject: Re: Is GNUstep Web alive?
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 00:32:43 +0100 (CET)


On Thu, 3 Nov 2005 21:51:23 +0100 Stefan Urbanek <address@hidden> wrote:

 >| Hi,
 >| I was asked by a fried, whether GNUstep Web is still alive. "Of  
 >| course" I said. However, he pointed me to the http:// 
 >| and under the News section there is:
 >| Download it...
 >| Tuesday 21st October 2003
 >| To retrieve the current version, please consult GNUstep CVS section  
 >| on Savannah
 >| The module name is "gsweb" in dev-libs. You also need gsantlr and  
 >| gdl2 or db libraries. You have to install GNUstep core and extensions  
 >| parts before compiling GNUstepWeb
 >| Has anything changed since then?

Yes and no :-)
There were some minor bug fixes and speed improvement during 2005:

It doesn't evolve too much because it is stable. 

 >| GNUstepWeb has all the potential to be The Killer App of GNUstep...if  
 >| it only was alive. I know, that development is happening, but it is  
 >| only because I am on the CVS mailing list. Are there any plans of  
 >| making GNUstep Web public again?

I have no real plan about this but I'd like to. We should release a version 
stable version. I think about this each time we release a GNUstep base version 
but miss the train each time :-(

Any idea, comments and help are welcome !


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