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CLIM for MACL?
- To: info-MCL@cambridge.apple.com
- Subject: CLIM for MACL?
- From: futrell@corwin.CCS.Northeastern.EDU (robert futrelle)
- Date: Sun, 2 Jun 91 22:34:41 -0400
- Cc: futrelle@corwin.CCS.Northeastern.EDU
I recently sent a note to the clim mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org
about the availability of CLIM and about compatibility between
vendors/version currently and in the near future.
I know the least about what is going on with respect to clim
for the Mac. Does anyone on this list know what is going on?
CLIM is the Common Lisp Interface Manager system which holds out
hope for having a standardized Lisp-level set of capabilities
for building interactive systems (windows, menus, and especially
"presentations" which tie on-screen entities to underlying objects).
You would be able to write CLIM code and compile it and run it
on any of a number of platforms and CL implementations. We
develop on Symoblics machines for the most part but have great
interest in porting to Macs and Suns.
Prof. Robert P. Futrelle
Biological Knowledge Laboratory
College of Computer Science 161CN
360 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115