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Re: Apple and CLIM
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Macintosh Common Lisp)
- Subject: Re: Apple and CLIM
- From: email@example.com (Guillaume Cartier)
- Date: Fri, 22 Nov 91 12:02:46 -0500
> In no way are we suggesting that CLIM should replace the MCL Interface
> Designer or the MCL hooks into the Apple GUI. For programmers not
> requiring portability across platforms, the Interface Designer and the
> hooks into the Apple UI are wonderful tools. CLIM (IMHO) should be
> viewed as an *alternative* to the Interface Manager for those
> requiring portability. An alternative CLIM-based interface designer
> would be nice, but for us would be low on our priority list for future
> MCL development.
Just to add another voice in the discussion...
I agree totally with Rodney. I was just about to send a message in the
same flavor to the mailing list, when I received his message!
Just to illustrate my point more clearly:
At work, we are developing a high level mathematical software that whe
would like to see distributed on as many plattforms as possible. In
this case, CLIM is a wonderful tool.
But when I come home from work, I change into a plain Mac hacker who
loves the Mac, loves to program Macintosh games, etc...
I think a lot of us MCL'ers are in the same situation!?
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