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From: Espen S Johnsen <espejohn@on...> - 2000-08-23 23:23:31
Jochen Schmidt <redronin@...> writes:
> I've read on your homepage that you cancelled the clg-port to CLISP.
> This is a pity because we had the chance of building a crossplatform
> GUI-Toolkit for CommonLisp. If you only use CMUCL we're restricted
> to UNIX/Linux. If you wan't to use the MOP why not using the PCL-package
> for CLISP? It can be downloaded from:
> I've succesfully created an PCL capable image and ported a MOP-using
> CMUCL App to CLISP using this package.
Using PCL instead of CLISP's native CLOS implementation is certainly a
possibility. There is also some other issues regarding a CLISP port, but
nothing that will make such a thing impossible. In fact I would very
much like to see a CLISP port done, but (at least for the moment) I have
decided to consentrate on CMUCL and hope that someone else would
eventually do ports for other implementations. I will of course provide
as much assistance as necessary to make this happend.
> Whatever you decide - I'm looking forward in getting the first release
> of clg2,
> for CLISP+CMUCL or only for CMUCL!
Although it is not very usable yet¹, the rewrite is now available in CVS
at SourceForge (<URL:http://sourceforge.net/projects/clg>. I have also
created a mailing list to discuss the development of clg, and taken the
liberty to CC this reply to the list.
¹I have large commit coming soon which will reintroduce most of the