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Re: Gorm and nib format

From: Chan Maxthon
Subject: Re: Gorm and nib format
Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2013 03:40:42 +0800

That is, if I have an existing OS X app for 10.8 (I #ifndef GNUSTEP out'ed all 
Apple-specific code) I can port and build it as-is, with all xib files in place?

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在 2013-6-4,3:30,Gregory Casamento <address@hidden> 写道:

> Gorm doesn't understand nibs beyond 10.5's nib format.  Beyond this nibs are, 
> primarily, compiled resources.   They don't contain the necessary information 
> to reconstruct and edit them in Gorm.   
> The designable.nib file is basically a XIB in the first place.   So 
> completing the xib support in Gorm will be best in any case to make this work.
> It's worth mentioning that XIB support works in GNUstep itself.
> Gregory Casamento
> address@hidden
> Open Logic Corporation, President/CEO
> GNUstep Lead Developer
> On Jun 3, 2013, at 2:36 PM, address@hidden wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I wanted to test Gorm and I have converted a very simple xib file into a nib 
>> format (In Xcode 4.6, File->Export->Nib) and
>> then I tried to load it inside Gorm but it didn't work.
>> The converted xib file is a nib folder with 2 files inside : designable.nib 
>> (that is actually a copy of the xib file ie a xml file) and
>> keyedobjects.nib a binary plist file.When I look at Gorm's source code I can 
>> see it expects to find 2 files : keyedobjects.nib and classes.nib.
>> If Xcode can open this converted nib file I am sure Gorm would be able to do 
>> it and it shouldn't be difficult to build this classes.nib
>> manually. Is it something that could be done ?
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