March 2007
Network Dictionary;2007, p217
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A definition of the term "GNUstep" is presented. It refers to a free software implementation of OpenStep Objective-C libraries, widget toolkit and application development tools from NeXT. These can be used not only for Unix-like operating systems but also for Microsoft Windows. The implementation is part of the GNU project.


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