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RE: RE: MCL Application Framework
- To: email@example.com, Info-MCL@cambridge.apple.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: RE: RE: MCL Application Framework
- From: "pierce" <email@example.com>
- Date: 25 Jun 92 13:29:24 U
>A good strategy would be for CLIM 3.0 to be based on Bedrock; that is, for the
>overlapping part of CLIM (probably a little less than half) to be removed and
>replaced with Bedrock, and CLIM to concentrate on its unique advantages.
I agree with this completely.
To make this happen, implementors of the Bedrock interface part of CLIM 3.0 for
the Mac will either need access to a linkable version of MCL source, or depend
on a very robust foreign function interface.
Are you recommending that CLIM 3.0 implementors use the existing MCL foreign
function interface to code a LISP interface to Bedrock?
If not, Apple will have to implement this part of CLIM 3.0 or provide access to
MCL as some kind of linkable library.