McCLIM Lisp Listener
The McCLIM Listener provides an interactive toplevel with full access to the
graphical capabilities of CLIM and a set of built-in commands intended to be
useful for lisp development and experimentation. Present features include:
- Reading/evaluation of lisp expressions
- Ability to run external programs, through the "Run" command or #! macro
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-How to use Free-CLIM with OpenGL backend version 0.1-
- Installation -
I've installed those bindings for CMUCL, and that needed a few changes in the source code.
The version that i've used is not the most recent (i used the 2000-09-18 release), because i did not need the bindings with GLUT library.
I think there are not many differences with these bindings for other Common Lisp releases.
This directory contains code with persistent data structures that are
primarily meant to be used for
McCLIM 0.9.2 "Laetare Sunday"
This is McCLIM, an implementation of the "Common Lisp Interface
* Changes in mcclim-0.9.7 relative to 0.9.6:
* Changes in mcclim-0.9.6 relative to 0.9.5:
** Bug f
There are plenty of things left to do before the listener will really be useful
for its intended pu
rescanning buffers with accept extents doesn't work reliably,
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