Welcome to the GNUstep Examples directory.
In this directory there is a full collection of examples for the GNUstep
libraries. Some tests are very old, other are newer; some are
up-to-date, other are not.
Quick start to compile and run the tests:
For more information, see the README file associated with each subdirectory.
Currently there is only one, for
This is not a vanilla example, because it shows how to run an
auxiliary thread in background, and to display a progress indicator
for the work of the auxiliary thread in the main thread.
Before you rush at the example and try to copy it, I want to stress
that if you can do without threads, it's better. It's likely that you
can implement the same thing using the gnustep-gui run-loop, and that
This is a little demo program meant to show the power of the
It is a simple front-end to finger, ping and traceroute.
COMPILE, RUN AND INSTALL
To compile it, type 'make'. To run it, type 'openapp Finger.app'.
To install it, type 'make install'.
If you want, you can edit the default location for the finger, ping
and traceroute executables in the file Finger.
This test is for library developers -- library debugging purposes.
It is to be used by writing a si
This test would enjoy being extended - it's just a preliminary sketch
This is a simple example of how to use NSOpenGLView in GNUstep.
The example demonstrates parsing a
Browse inside gnustep-examples_1.3.0.orig.tar.gz