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DH_GNUSTEP(1)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					     DH_GNUSTEP(1)

dh_gnustep - moves files in the GNUstep hierarchy to FHS-compliant locations SYNOPSIS
dh_gnustep [debhelper options] DESCRIPTION
dh_gnustep is a program based on debhelper that is responsible for doing GNUstep-specific modifications, such as moving files in the GNUstop hierarchy within the System domain, rooted at /usr/lib/GNUstep/System, to Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)-compliant locations. dh_gnustep makes the following changes: GNUstep dependencies: Adds any extra dependencies needed for GNUstep. Currently, the only dependency added is to ensure that the package uses the same filesystem layout as the other GNUstep packages installed on the system. arch-indep directories: Moves architecture-independent directories to /usr/share/GNUstep. library resources: Moves library resources to /usr/share/GNUstep/Libraries. frameworks: Moves framework headers to /usr/include/GNUstep/Frameworks, and framework resources to /usr/share/GNUstep/Frameworks. OPTIONS
dh_gnustep accepts the common debhelper options. If the DEB_GNUSTEP_NO_MOVE environment variable is set to a non-empty, non-zero value, then dh_gnustep exits without doing anything. BUGS
Should implement -X option. Should do something with resources in .app bundles. Should remove library_paths.openapp and stamp.make files. Doesn't really do the right thing with info files (should call install-info). Should do something with Java classes -- make a jar file and move from Library/Libraries/Java to /usr/share/java -- to comply with Java policy. CONFORMS TO
Debian policy, version 3.6.2 FHS, version 2.3 SEE ALSO
debhelper(7) This program is not part of debhelper. AUTHOR
Hubert Chan <> perl v5.14.2 2012-04-28 DH_GNUSTEP(1)

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GSDOC(1)						       GNUstep System Manual							  GSDOC(1)

GSDoc - GNUstep XML documentation format DESCRIPTION
GSDoc is an XML language designed specifically for writing documentation for the GNUstep project. In practice, that means that it is designed for writing about software, and in particular, for writing about Objective-C classes. DEFINITION
The GSDoc markup language is defined by an SGML DTD, that specifies the tags that may be used in marking up a GSDoc document, and how and where those tags may be placed. The reader is encouraged to consult the DTD directly on any points that the other documentation leaves unclear. The DTD is stored under GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_LIBRARY/DTDs in a standard GNUstep installation... where GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_LIBRARY is defined in the GNUstep configuration file (GNUstep.conf). USAGE
GSDoc may be written by hand, but it is primarily autogenerated from Objective-C source files by a tool called autogsdoc. See the man page for that tool for more information. This tool also converts GSDoc into HTML for viewing. In the future it is planned to convert the XML into HTML, texinfo, man page, and other formats using XSLT. OTHER DOCUMENTATION
The primary documentation source for GSDoc is the GNUstep system HTML documentation, under the Tools section. In a standard GNUstep installation this should be found under GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC/Developer/Tools... where GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC is defined in the GNUstep configu- ration file (GNUstep.conf). SEE ALSO
autogsdoc(1), GNUstep(7) HISTORY
The GSDoc format was developed for GNUstep based on the earlier GDML SGML language. This manual page first appeared in gnustep-base 1.9.2 (March 2004). AUTHORS
gsdoc was defined by Richard Frith-Macdonald <> GNUstep March 2004 GSDOC(1)
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