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Re: Does CLIM use Mac UI Widgets?

In article <1992Aug13.010545.10166@ntmtv> irvine@ntmtv.UUCP (Chuck Irvine) writes:

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   From: irvine@ntmtv.UUCP (Chuck Irvine)
   Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp.mcl
   Keywords: CLIM, Mac UI Widgets
   Date: 13 Aug 92 01:05:45 GMT
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   Regarding CLIM for MCL, does anyone know if it uses Mac user
   interface widgets or does it implement cooresponding widgets
   from scratch? Other implementations of CLIM that I've seen have
   taken the latter approach. Thanks

   Chuck Irvine
   Northern Telecom

If I remember correctly, CLIM 1.0 for MCL uses the Mac scrollbar and
and everything else is vanilla CLIM. However, CLIM 2.0 is supposed to
take advantage of various platform-specific toolkits. Does anyone know
the status of CLIM 2.0 for MCL?
Phil Chu
Artificial Intelligence Research Branch
NASA Ames Research Center