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gnustep.libobjc: 1.9 -> 2.0 #90017
Semi-automatic update generated by nixpkgs-update tools. This update was made based on information from https://repology.org/metapackage/libobjc2/versions.
meta.description for gnustep.libobjc is: "Objective-C runtime for use with GNUstep"
meta.homepage for gnustep.libobjc is: "http://gnustep.org/"
meta.changelog for gnustep.libobjc is: ""
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Either download from Cachix:
(r-ryantm's Cachix cache is only trusted for this store-path realization.)
Or, build yourself:
After you've downloaded or built it, look at the files and if there are any, run the binaries:
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1 package marked as broken and skipped:
15 packages built:
- gnustep-make (gnustep.make)
We already had this, see #62464. I reverted it in #79175, because it broke SOGo and nothing else seems to really profit from it. Ideally SOGo would just be made to work, but if you look at the changelog, this release introduces a new major ABI (after several decades) and does lots of low-level things. I'm not sure any major distribution ships with this release yet, so the SOGo <-> libobjc2 2.0 incompatibility might be either upstream in SOGo or libobjc2 and it's just that nobody noticed yet. That or we could be doing something wrong. Considering how much gnustep doesn't want to work the way nix works, this isn't that unlikely.
Anyways: long story short, I'm against merging this, for now.