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Re: MCL and Apps
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- Subject: Re: MCL and Apps
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ken Anderson)
- Date: 15 Dec 94 11:37:18
- Organization: BBN, Cambridge MA
- References: <4AF1A26102@urz-mail.urz.uni-heidelberg.de>
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In article <4AF1A26102@urz-mail.urz.uni-heidelberg.de>,
TWEBER@urz-mail.urz.uni-heidelberg.de (thorsten weber) wrote:
> as Common Lisp-programmer with about three years of experience and
> now as new-comer on the Mac, I've got two simple (maybe stupid)
> questions about Apple's implementation of Common Lisp, the so-called
> First, could I build standalones using MCL and, if yes, how big,
> fast, ... are these executables ?
Yes you can write stand alone, double clickable applications in MCL.
They are big. For example, a simple application with one menu that creates
a window and quits is 1.6Mb.
This may seem big, but it is small compared to other MAC applications such
as FOXPRO, EXCEL, Powerpoint, and Word.
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- MCL and Apps
- From: TWEBER@urz-mail.urz.uni-heidelberg.de (thorsten weber)