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Question regarding interfacing lisp and a C program ?.
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From: Nayak Venkatesh <email@example.com>
Subject: Question regarding interfacing lisp and a C program ?.
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 92 16:37:45 HST
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Basically let me describe my m/c configuration first. We have
Sparcs running SunOS 4.1.2 with Allegro Common Lisp 4.1.
I have a C program (it is basically a Motif program)
and some lisp code. Now I want the two processes (one running the
lisp code and the other running the C code) to talk to each other.
I was thinking of using X events to do the message passing. I notice
that acl has a package called Xlib. But I could not find any
documentation on it. Could anyone with any experience in this kind of
thing give me some pointers. I am also new to lisp.
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