Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 9th May 2007 21:55 UTC
OpenStep, GNUstep Gorm 1.2.1 has been released. "Gorm (Graphical Object Relationship Modeller) is meant to be the counter part to NeXT's Interface Builder. With Gorm designing tough and complex graphical interfaces for your applications can easy and quickly be done using drag & drop, powerful inspectors and teamwork with ProjectCenter."
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by Seth Quarrier on Wed 9th May 2007 23:14 UTC
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Kudos for Gregory Casamento keeping Gorm improving, Gorm is a really neat tool and a cornerstone for GNUstep. It is too bad that ProjectCenter doesn't improve at the rate that Gorm does.

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RE: Gorm
by Babi Asu on Thu 10th May 2007 04:29 in reply to "Gorm"
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Please enlighten me, is gnustep really used for building serious application? With interface like WindowMaker, I doubt it will be popular in linux. Last time I tried in windows, it's full of problems to compile and run an application.

I like objective-c and nextstep platform very much, but currently I think only macosx-cocoa get it right.

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RE[2]: Gorm
by ChrisV on Thu 10th May 2007 10:20 in reply to "RE: Gorm"
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Window Maker has nothing to do with GNUstep, except that it kinda looks identical, and is the so-called preferred window manager. However, it doesn't make USE of GNUstep.

That said, yes, there are a couple of serious applications. GNUMail is one of them. Another one would be Adun ( ).

For a reasonable up-to-date list of applications, take a look at

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RE[2]: Gorm
by dylansmrjones on Thu 10th May 2007 13:44 in reply to "RE: Gorm"
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GNUstep on Windows is rather problematic ATM. GNUstep on Posix-compatible platforms is however a completely different issue.

And yes. There is several serious applications written with GNUstep.

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RE[2]: Gorm
by Replaced on Sun 13th May 2007 20:51 in reply to "RE: Gorm"
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Gnustep can be very good looking if you use the new Nesedah theme, the theme also have a gtk2 port on, so you can use gtk and gnustep with the same look and feel.

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