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- To: <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: GUI
- From: Rodrigo Ventura <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 18:56:27 +0200
- In-reply-to: email@example.com's message of Fri, 5 Sep 97 23:49:30 +0200
- References: <9709058734.AA873492872@inet.stknhlg.com>
>>>>> "sshteingold" == sshteingold <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
sshteingold> What about adding some (moderate) GUI to CLISP?
sshteingold> Like some sort of minimal stuff: open a window, write
sshteingold> some text there, ask user with
sshteingold> y-or-n-p/yes-or-no-p/read-line using a pop-up? (more
sshteingold> advanced stuff like menus would probably require much
sshteingold> more work though...) GCL uses TCL/TK, which requires
sshteingold> X. I wonder what the win32 people will have to be
sshteingold> content with.
Tcl/Tk does *not* require X! That's precisely what make tcl/tk
so wonderful. Tcl/tk code is 100% portable across mac, windows and
unix. It only requires X under UNIX. The tcl/tk is distribuited for
win32 as well as for unix. Official code from Sun.
Python uses Tk widgets for interface, using the Tkinter
It would be really great to make CLISP support Tk
widgets. There is a wish-lisp package, but is too
primitive. Compability with gcl-tk would be even better.
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- Re: GUI
- From: Alexey Goldin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: email@example.com