Without writing a GNUmakefile by hand, do any tools exist that understand Xcode projects and can build them directly against GNUstep, producing a Linux executable, thus simplifying (slightly) the work required to keep projects functional under Cocoa/Mac and GNUstep/Linux?
Basically, is there an xcodebuild style app for Linux?
I looked at pbtomake a few weeks ago but it seems to be a dead project.
Clone-equivalent of fork?
Winlibre - An Aptitude-Synaptic for Windows. Would that be useful?
plug-in architecture based c/c++ application
How do I rename a process on Linux?
Why does mmap() fail with ENOMEM on a 1TB sparse file?
Library for parsing arguments GNU-style? [closed]
Setup SVN/LAMP/Test Server/ on linux, where to start?
It lets you use a subset of Cocoa and compile for OS X, Windows and Linux.
Best practice for C++ audio capture API under Linux?
It's not GNUstep, but it does seem to work for the things I've tried it with.
Compiling is done from inside Xcode, so it's not 100% what you were asking for..
I am not sure how fully featured it is but it's surely worth to try it out..