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GWORKSPACE(1)						      General Commands Manual						     GWORKSPACE(1)

NAME
GWorkspace - GNUstep Workspace Manager SYNOPSIS
GWorkspace DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the GWorkspace GNUstep application. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. GWorkspace is the official GNUstep workspace manager. It is a clone of NeXT's workspace manager. GWorkspace is probably one of the most useful and usable workspace managers available on any platform, owing to its well-designed interface and the natural, consistent design that it inherits from the GNUstep framework. The first time you run GWorkspace you must set some preferences: GWorkspace needs a default editor to work. It can also be an app-wrapper. To set your editor, open the preferences window and choose "Default Editor" from the pop-up, then click on the "choose" button: from an open-panel you will be able to browse your directories and choose the editor. GWorkspace lets you open a terminal on the current directory (alt-t). To set your preferred terminal (the default is "xterm"), choose "XTerminal" from the pop-up. MODULES
Besides its standard Contents Inspectors, that is, App, Folder, Image, Sound, Pdf-Ps, Rtf, text, Plist, Strings and Inspector viewers, GWorkspace can dynamically load other modules which you can build separately. It is sufficient to put them in a place where GWorkspace looks for them, for example: ~/GNUstep/Library/GWorkspace. In the same way you can add other viewers besides the standard Browser, Icon and Small Icons viewers. If you want to write a new inspector or a new viewer, take a look in the Template directory. LANGUAGES
GWorkspace speaks English, French, German, Italian and Romanian. OPTIONS
There are no options. SEE ALSO
http://www.gnustep.it/enrico/gworkspace/ http://www.gnustep.org/ GNUstep(7) openapp(1) defaults(1) February 18, 2004 GWORKSPACE(1)

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gnustep-config(1)					       GNUstep System Manual						 gnustep-config(1)

NAME
gnustep-config - prints information about the current gnustep installation. SYNOPSIS
gnustep-config [ --variable=variable |--objc-flags|--objc-libs|--base-libs|--gui-libs ] DESCRIPTION
gnustep-config can print information about the currently installed GNUstep system. It can output dependend on the options used the differ- ent flags used for compilation, but also the different internal variables used by the make system. OPTIONS
--variable=variable prints the value of the specified variable. Possible variables are: GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES GNUSTEP_USER_DIR GNUSTEP_USER_DEFAULTS_DIR GNUSTEP_HOST GNUSTEP_HOST_CPU GNUSTEP_HOST_VENDOR GNUSTEP_HOST_OS GNUSTEP_IS_FLATTENED GNUSTEP_xxx_APPS GNUSTEP_xxx_TOOLS GNUSTEP_xxx_LIBRARY GNUSTEP_xxx_HEADERS GNUSTEP_xxx_LIBRARIES GNUSTEP_xxx_DOC GNUSTEP_xxx_DOC_MAN GNUSTEP_xxx_DOC_INFO where 'xxx' could be any of 'SYSTEM', 'NETWORK', 'LOCAL' and 'USER'. --objc-flags prints all the flags required to compile an ObjC file --objc-libs prints all the flags required to link a pure ObjC program (no foundation/gui) --base-libs prints all the flags required to link a command-line ObjC program (no gui) --gui-libs prints all the flags required to link a GUI ObjC program BUGS
None known SEE ALSO
GNUstep(7) HISTORY
Work on gnustep-config started in 2007 by Nicola Pero <nicola.pero@meta-innovation.com> AUTHORS
This man page was written by Dennis Leeuw <dleeuw@made-it.com>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved. GNUstep 24/12/2007 gnustep-config(1)
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