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Re: RE: RE: MCL Application Framework
- To: "pierce" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: RE: RE: MCL Application Framework
- From: cfry@MIT.EDU (Christopher Fry)
- Date: Tue, 23 Jun 92 20:24:33 EST
- Cc: Info-MCL@cambridge.apple.com
>CLIM may be a good interim solution until Bedrock becomes available on other
Sounds like 1 year until a Mac/windows version IF the project isn't killed
by corporate merger/lawsuits and they keep to schedule, neither of which
Apple has been very good at lately. [I haven't been much better!]
>The drawback of CLIM is that it is LISP specific where Bedrock is not.
The advantage of CLIM is that it is LISP specific where Bedrock is not.
Sounds to me that if you're a C hacker, use MacApp and Bedrock if/when it ever comes out.
The only thing that Bedrock appears to have over CLIM is internationalization.
My guess is that its easier to add this to CLIM than it is to make C++ & Bedrock
as good as CL+CLIM. I understand that Symantec+ Apple may have more resources
than the CL community. I also understand that AT&T produced C and Coral software