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Re: Using Tcl/Tk with CLISP (was Re: Multi-return value functions and
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Using Tcl/Tk with CLISP (was Re: Multi-return value functions and
- From: Oliver Andrich <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 17 Feb 95 9:30:32 MET
- In-reply-to: <9502161712.AA04330@raptor.CS.ORST.EDU>; from "Peter Dudey Drake" at Feb 16, 95 6:29 pm
> By the way, can you use the whole power of lisp when using your
> method? As I understand you write a Tcl/Tk program that calls Lisp to do
> I believe so. Whatever Tcl sends to the Lisp process is sent through
> There are three limitations that I know of to the technique I'm using:
> - If there's an error on the Lisp end, the whole deal dies hideously.
> This could probably be fixed from Lisp by altering the error behavior.
Hm.... I think that that is a problem, I won't experience. Cause Lisp
parses every output from Tcl/Tk.