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What is it</A>
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The GNUstep make package is aimed at providing a simple and automatic 
way to manage compilation of GNUstep projects on different machines 
and environments.  Your project will remain completely portable 
to any platform running GNUstep without the need to (explicitly) 
use complex packages such as autoconf or automake.

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2000-10-12
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