There is the option to build self contained GNUstep applications. This is done
by specifying the standalone layout in GNUstep make (--with-layout=standalone).
You should read up on that in the make documentation.
As far as I am aware this should also work on Windows, although I haven’t tried
it there in years.
Hope this helps,
> Am 17.10.2016 um 08:34 schrieb Michele Bert <micber...@gmail.com>:
> I need to create a multiplatform gui app, which later has to be
> distributed to quite unexperienced users (let me say that way). I
> would really like to use gnustep, but I wonder how can I distribute
> the program to my friends. When I developed with MFC on Visual C++, it
> was sufficient to copy a set of dll: can I do something similar with
> gnustep, or is the installation procedure strictly required?
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