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Simplifying the process of compiling and running objective-c apps in GNUstep
I just installed GNUstep (following this post: http://www.jaysonjc.com/programming/objective-c-programming-in-windows-gnustep-projectcenter.html) It says to run this code: gcc -o helloworld ...
Feb 5 '11 at 3:41
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