Message from discussion Gtk+-bindings for Common Lisp?
From: Hannu Koivisto <az...@iki.fi.ns>
Subject: Re: Gtk+-bindings for Common Lisp?
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fred...@infa.abo.fi (Fredrik Sandström) writes:
| Is anyone working on Gtk+-bindings for Common Lisp? That's something
Yes. I 100% accidentally found some fellow's WWW page which
even had an unannounced version downloadable. I don't have the
URL available right now (and even if I had, I'd prefer to wait
for the author to announce this himself as it seemed to be
work-in-progress), but if you are really interested in
alpha/beta state version and the author doesn't read this
newsgroup, I'll dig up that URL and post it here.
| I'd really like to have (for CMUCL to be more specific), and I've
It seemed to have support for ACL, CMUCL and CLISP. The design
seemed to be, um, weird so to say, but I don't want to comment
it here now especially because it isn't released yet and because
I don't know Gtk+ enough to say whether that was perhaps good
thing for some reason.
| often thought about trying to hack something together myself, but I
| don't think I know the internals of Gtk+ (or Common Lisp for that
| matter) well enough to be able to do a very good job.
Yeah, I too thought to hack Gtk+ bindings for CMUCL during
Christmas, but noticed that I don't understand Gtk+ enough and I
couldn't find good enough documentation :\