"Nikodemus Siivola" <nikodemus@...> writes:
> I believe some people have succesfully made SBCL part of an .app bundle,
> but I don't have any experience on that front myself.
Up to a point, it's straightforward, in that a .app is basically a
collection of resources in defined positions. For example, you can
get a disk image of a Gsharp application (for powerpc: will not run
under Apple's emulation) at
where the only interesting bits in terms of the bundling into a .app
Of course, since gsharp (or rather the CLX McCLIM backend) doesn't use
the Apple frameworks, it doesn't truly behave like an OS X
application: you don't get menus at the top of the screen; it doesn't
gain a little triangle in the dock when it's running; and so on.
For best results, launch X11.app before launching gsharp.