|Subject:||Re: Intermediate Summary: Re: GNUstep.org website redesign proposal|
|Date:||Wed, 08 Jan 2014 12:07:10 +0100|
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Hi, Stefan Bidi wrote:
The first step for anyone new to GNUstep, after they realize the distro supplied packages are sorely out-of-date, will be to compile it using the standard compiler/runtime supplied to build GNUstep.This is partly true. The problem is that Debianpackages suck and in consequence Ubuntu. I don't know how RH/Fedora and OpeNSuste are. Sadly, this is a big market percentage.
However e.g. OpenBSD and FreeBSD are quite up-to-date. NetBSD seems acceptable too.
Gentoo is also quite reasonable, offering even the choice of all 3 backends! The Application scenario is also quite up-to-date Kudos, Bernard!
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