MCLIDE 1.0b3 is now available for SBCL.
MCLIDE is a free open source Macintosh IDE for Lisp implementations on any platform, based on the mature IDE of Macintosh Common Lisp. You can use MCLIDE to develop on various lisp implementations whether they run on Mac, Windows or other operating systems, all from one development environment:
The biggest news for the latest version of MCLIDE is support for the Clojure <clojure.org> lisp dialect, including the new Clojure 1.2 released earlier today. Now you can use the same GUI based lisp development environment for Clojure as with SBCL and other lisps.
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On 19 August 2010 17:30, Bruce O'Neel <ecl@...> wrote:
> The binary-distribution.sh script needs a small update such that the tar
> file it builds can be used with install.sh. The problem is that install.sh
> wants to find output/prefix.def, but, binary-distribution.sh does not tar
> that file.
Thank you, merged as 184.108.40.206.