mGSTEP is an implementation of NeXT's OPENSTEP
specification which evolved into Apple's Cocoa Objective-C frameworks.
It is designed for use in embedded devices and includes GUI frameworks that provide support for X11 and direct rendering to the Linux frame buffer.
Development of mGSTEP has been intermittent for more than 10 years.
Better maintained alternatives exist (see below) and should be considered for all new projects.
mySTEP is a fork of mGSTEP that has been actively developed for many years as a platform for handheld mobile solutions.
GNUstep and Cocotron are the two most active Open Source projects which provide Cocoa compatibility. Both target a broad set of features and are more likely to provide compatibility with modern environements. Microsoft's WinObjC bridge is a good option for iOS compatibility on Windows platforms.
Cocotron is the basis for several Mac OS X applications ported to Windows.
GNUstep is a GNU project with a long development history and a wide variety of extensions.
mySTEP is developed for handheld mobile devices, development snapshots are released periodically.
WinObjC implements many of the Core libraries and some Foundation classes underlying Cocoa.