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An implementation of the Common Lisp Interface Manager, version II
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McCLIM 0.9.7-dev post-"St. George's Day" This is McCLIM, an implementation of the "Common Lisp Interface Manager CLIM II Specification." It currently works on X Windows using CLX. It works with CMUCL, SBCL, CLISP, OpenMCL, Allegro CL, LispWorks, and the Scieneer CL. The INSTALL file in this directory give instructions for each Lisp implementation. Release notes for each release of McCLIM are in the NEWS file in this directory. The other directories of interest are: Documentation - Various documentation Documentation/Manual - the start of a manual Documentation/Specification - The LaTeX source to the CLIM specification. Apps - sample applications. This includes: Apps/Debugger - Peter Mechleborg's debugger (similar to SLIME's) Apps/Functional-Geometry - Frank Buss and Rainer Joswig's functional geometry package for drawing "Escher" tiles. Apps/Inspector - Robert Strandh's inspector (similar to SLIME's) Apps/Listener - Andy Hefner's incredibly cool Lisp listener Apps/Scigraph - BBN's graphing package, currently not quite working Examples - Small examples from the Net or written by the McCLIM developers. These are of varying quality and style; many of them date from a time when McCLIM was quite incomplete. In rough order of relevance they are: address-book - the canonical CLIM application clim-fig - a drawing program postscript-test - shows off the CLIM PostScript stream gadget-test - fun with CLIM gadgets calculator - a gadget-based calculator goatee-test - Hacks with Goatee, the Emacs-like editor used in McCLIM Please send bug reports and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org