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Re: Wishlisp

Hi Harvey!

> Of course, another solution to the problem of communication between a
> lisp process & a wish process is to just use STk instead of clisp.
> For those of you aren't familiar with it, STk is a scheme interpreter
> with Tk compiled in.  It allows you to write scheme scripts to access
> Tk for windowing instead of having to write Tcl scripts.  For example,
> I wrote a version of tetris in it.

I tried STk too. But I found that it doesn't have the nice features of
Common Lisp and needs as much resources as CLISP and a wish-task. I
like all powerful features Common Lisp provides. :-)

And STk is slow in comparison to CLISP, and even slower in comparison
to compiled CLISP-programs.

Bye, Oliver