[CM] Plotter in GTK2 available
Sun, 3 Oct 2004 09:56:55 -0500
Well maybe the wait wont be so long -- a few hours ago i was able to open my
first Gtk window in CMU19e AND SBCL-0.14 on a debian box. I also got a Gtk
"destroy" callback to work and not crash the lisp. so im hopefull!
---- Original message ----
>Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2004 10:57:39 -0400
>From: Dave Phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [CM] Plotter in GTK2 available
>To: Rick Taube <email@example.com>
> OSX only ?? Ach, so close, yet so far away.... :(
> And it's even done with GTK2... <sigh>... But at least there's a
>shimmering possibility on the far horizon... "Could it be ?! Is that the
>Plotter for Linux ??!!"... ;-)
> We continue to await the day... and damn, I wish I had some GTK coding
>Rick Taube wrote:
>> There was an old program named Plotter
>> With source code so hacked it did totter.
>> But in GTK2
>> Its now spanking brand new,
>> And Zoom even works like it oughter.
>> Screenshots, documentation, examples, install instructions, and bug
>> list are available at:
>> Tarball download at:
>> Perversly enough (and despite the fact that I'm using X/GTK2) this
>> first version is for OSX/OpenMCL only because it turned out that
>> OpenMCL is the only CLtL that makes it easly to interface to such a
>> huge library. My goal is to have Plotter (and whatever other GUI stuff
>> is developed for CM) working in three environments: Darwin/OpenMCL,
>> Linux/SBCL Linux/Guile. The next step is to try to get it working in
>> SBCL (partially done), then Guile, and finally to integrate the code
>> into cm's 2.5.0 cvs tree. If anyone wants to help out with this gui
>> coding please let me know.