|Subject:||Re: Intermediate Summary: Re: GNUstep.org website redesign proposal|
|Date:||Wed, 08 Jan 2014 10:14:11 +0100|
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Hi, Stefan Bidi wrote:
I would not like to do that, we remain "runtime neutral", the runtime is a dependency. You can use GCC with its GNU runtime, if you use Clang you must install libobjc2, but you can (or at least, could, I did that a couple of months ago) to use GCC+libobjc2.Are we now saying libobjc2 is the "preferred" runtime? If so, it implies that clang is the preferred compiler. I have no arguments for or against it, I just want to clarify.
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