Svetlana Tkachenko wrote:
> Hello All,
> Yavor Doganov wrote:
> > > Now gnustep-base says objc headers are missing, what package is that
> > > in Debian? I already tried objc*dev but the error remains.
> > What are you trying to do? You must have an Objective-C compiler and
> > runtime before configuring GNUstep Make. You build the compiler and
> > the runtime first, then Make, Base, Gui, Back and the rest of the
> > GNUstep world. GNUstep Base has a configure check to detect if
> > there's a mismatch between its own and gnustep-make's configuration.
> > If you have gobjc/gobjc-7 installed, you already have the GNU
> > Objective-C runtime headers (libobjc-7-dev). If you intend to use
> > Clang and the GNUstep runtime, you have to remove gobjc, install clang
> > as a debian package (or build it manually if you wish) and
> > build/install the GNUstep runtime before configuring GNUstep make.
> > There is no Debian package for the GNUstep runtime (aka libobjc2).
> I compiled GNUstep Make.
> Then I tried to compile GNUstep Base.
> It says this: http://dpaste.com/0AEA0ZE.txt
> Ivan Vučica wrote:
> > You didn’t say anything about how the env vars were in your environment
> > after a reboot?
> > Did you check if they are there using the “env” command? Did you find out
> > what left them there and cleaned that thing away?
> 'env|grep GNUSTEP' says...
> svetlana@debians:~$ env|grep GNUSTEP # I do not know what makes this
> svetlana@debians:~$ source /usr/local/share/GNUstep/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh
> # this was made by GNUstep Make that I compiled
> svetlana@debians:~$ env|grep GNUSTEP
Turns out installing gobjc-7 fixes the error message provided by GNUstep Make.
It was suggested by the objc-compiler package.
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