I'm not the expert at it, but I used the instructions at
http://etoileos.com/downloads/installtrunk/, and they worked for me.
Of course, I have my own agenda mentioning Etoile here: they have this
Pragmatic Smalltalk, and I would like to see at least some more examples of
how to build applications with it. Maybe they notice this 😙?
But as I said, I think their build instructions will give you what you
2016-12-02 0:00 GMT+01:00 Simon Gornall <simon.gorn...@mac.com>:
> So, I have a fresh new Centos 7 system, and I’m looking at the best way to
> install GNUstep. There’s a lot of information out there, but I’m not sure
> what the “best practices” way to do it is, to get a modern libObjc2
> runtime, and compiling with clang.
> Is there a definitive site with instructions for this ? There used to be
> rpm files to install everything but those seem to have been linked to an
> older, and now non-supported linux version.
> Thanks for any advice :)
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