are there any GNUstep fans among the Paldo users?
I'm trying to build some packages for GNUstep. It's the first time that I'm building packages for a distro. Although paldo seem's to make it very simple there are things that I don't know how to handle.
1. I have a package for GNUstep Make. The package compiles and installs fine. After the installation is through a special GNUstep file should be sourced (http://www.gnustep.org/resources/documentation/User/GNUstep/gnustep-howto_3.html#SEC3
). I'd like to have it sourced directly after building and installing the package and later on during the system start. So how would I source it within the spec file and how do I tell upkg to put the command
in a system configuration file? Would I use <cmd> in the spec file? Which config/init file would be the best to source the GNUstep file?
2. When I try to build the second package (GNUstep base) the following show stopper occurs:
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checking objc/objc.h usability... no
checking objc/objc.h presence... no
checking for objc/objc.h... no
Check to make sure you have a full installation of the GCC
compiler that includes the Objective-C headers and libraries
configure: error: Could not find Objective-C headers
*** Error: ./configure
*** ERROR: gnustep-base-x86_64-glibc-2.8-gcc-4.3-1-1.16.3-1
It seems that gcc is not build with Objective-C support or at least the Objective-C header files are missing. How would I build gcc with Objective-C support in Paldo?
Any hints, tips, tricks and guidance ;-) are appreciated.