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CLIM on a UX displaying through Motif
>>Date: Wed, 18 Jul 90 09:09 CDT
>>From: dmitchell@BACKUS.trc.amoco.com (Donald H. Mitchell)
>>OK, I want an application running on my UX to call CLIM routines to display
>>through Motif. Will it do that? OK, but will it do it as a Motif window
>>rather than a Dynamic Window? ...
YY, which I presented at SLUG-90, is my approach for applications
which need the run time co-operation of Genera and X-window.
>>Could someone draw me an architectural diagram showing what runs on the client
>>and what runs on the server when executing an application that displays
>>through CLIM? Is there a CLIM server module that runs on top of the window
>> Client(UX400S) Server(Sun)
>>CLIM client service CLIM server service
YY-client process (on Genera) YY-server process (on Sun)
>>Application Window manager
>>Symbolics, if you recoded your development windows to use CLIM and behave like
>>whatever native window system the developer is running the Symbolics through
>>(maybe as an option), it would really help me get more people more productive
>>on the Symbolics and would break down more of the "but it doesn't fit into the
>>environment" complaints. As it is, the key bindings, mouse mechanisms, etc
>>all require separate learning and switching gears as individuals go from
>>coding under the window system to using the Symbolics console window. It's
>>not behaving like the other windows. The first thing every developer asks me
>>is why they can't cut and paste from the Symbolics window to the other
>>windows, why the region manipulating commands are distinct from how the other
>>applications work, etc.
Key idea of YYonX for Symbolics is to keep Lisp software of Symbolics
(do not migrate sources to UN*X machines) and use UN*X machines
"No Migration but Co-existence" means such things.
YYonX for Symbolics is under development. It's first version in alpha status is
available free through anonymous FTP from ftp.csrl.aoyama.ac.jp
(18.104.22.168) with 'cd YY'.
The mailing list is email@example.com
(request should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Since Nihon Symbolics is one of the supporting members of our research
and ILA and us are keeping a technical communication,
CLIM and YY can have a integrated or a uniform external specification
and we are discussing to have it in a near future, I believe.
We like to welcome everyone.
Masayuki Ida @ the earth is small.