[CM] Building applications with CM?
Sat, 9 Sep 2006 10:07:18 -0700
this would actually be possible - i have used SWIG to create bindings
for Juce and been able to make very simple GUI apps. I want to
continue this w/ Rick after I am finished with a current project.
On Sep 9, 2006, at 9:12 AM, M. Perticone wrote:
> i think david is thinking about a self-contained distributable app.
> i think
> this is not possible, at least right now. am i wrong?
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> From: "Rick Taube" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "David Kamp" <email@example.com>
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>> On Sep 9, 2006, at 9:17 AM, David Kamp wrote:
>>> Thanks for the quick response. Juce looks really interesting,
>>> allthough i never tried C++ until now...
>>> But what i meant by the "things to pass on to my frieds to play
>>> around with" were "finished applications" that do just a simple
>>> Let me put it that way: I programm something in CM thats generates
>>> MIDI Drumloops for example.
>>> And now i want to turn this into a small little app, that does just
>>> this, with maybe 3 Number boxes/sliders with parameters,
>>> a nice knob called "generate" and thats it.
>>> Is this possible? And what would i need to do it?
>> its certainly possible right now if you have gtk installed on your
>> machine and use either openmcl, sbcl or cmucl. you can see all the
>> widgets you require in the graphics on this page:
>> info on cm-gtk is here:
>> look in cm-gtkl/cmio.lisp for how do do it.
>> perhaps an even easier way would be to create a MENU of such items
>> and add it to Emacs's lisp-mode with calls to cm that do what you
>> look in cm/etc/xemacs/cm.el for how to make an Emacs menu and send
>> commands to CM from an emacs buffer.
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