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Table of Contents
1. GNUstep Frequently Asked Questions with Answers
1.1.1 Is it easy to port OPENSTEP programs to GNUstep?
1.1.2 How about porting between Cocoa and GNUstep?
1.1.3 Tools for porting
1.1.4 Can I transfer archived data from GNUstep to Cocoa?
1.1.5 Does distributed objects work between GNUstep and Cocoa?
1.1.6 Is there an Interface Builder for GNUstep?
1.1.7 Can I use my original NIB files?
1.1.8 Can one use the hybrid "Objective-C++"
1.1.9 Is there a plan to support the Java/YellowBox Bindings?
1.1.10 What if I compile GNUstep under OPENSTEP/MacOS X?
1.1.11 Is the Objective C API for GTK related?
1.1.12 How about implementing parts of the Application Kit with GTK?
1.2.1 How can I get started programming?
1.2.2 How can I help with GNUstep?
1.2.3 Helping develop GNUstep
1.2.4 Helping document GNUstep
1.2.5 How do I assign my contribution?
1.2.6 How do I update the task list?
1.2.7 How do I start writing tests?
1.2.8 How do I start writing applications?
1.2.9 How can I help with the GNUstep website?
1.2.10 Why doesn't GDB support Objective-C?
1.4 GNUstep Base Library
1.4.1 What is the GNUstep Base Library?
1.4.2 What is its current state of development?
1.4.3 What are the features of GNU Distributed Objects?
1.5.1 What is the GUI Library?
1.5.2 Explain the organization of the front- and back-ends
1.5.3 What is the current state of development of the front-end?
1.5.4 What is the current state of development of the back-ends?
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