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genera on unix workstations

    Date: Wed, 28 Aug 1991 19:30 EDT
    From: barmar@Think.COM (Barry Margolin)

    An example of this was last year's announcement of a version of the
    Document Examiner that runs on a Macintosh without Lisp.  I wouldn't be
    surprised if this year they announced something along those lines that
    runs on Unix using X.

As it turns out, I gave in to a hack attack a few weeks ago and now have
a prototype version of the Document Examiner implemented using CLIM that
is verified to work under Genera, CLOE, Lucid, and Franz Allegro.  It
includes the usual stuff: Show Documentation, Show Overview, Show
Candidates, bookmarks, selecting between several document sets, and so
forth.  It uses the same style of documentation database that MacDocEx
uses, namely, a "preformatted" data set that is produced by this tool
that is an adjunct to Concordia.

No need to ask me what the exact plans are for this, because I don't
myself know.  I personally hope that some use can be made of it.