[info-mcl] [Openmcl-internal] OpenMCL Intel and Cocoa
ron at flownet.com
Mon Aug 27 11:29:46 CDT 2007
On Aug 27, 2007, at 8:58 AM, Thomas Russ wrote:
> On Aug 27, 2007, at 8:44 AM, Ron Garret wrote:
>> Just for the record, I don't really want to use Cocoa per se, all I
>> really want to do is hook MCL up to a text editor a la Alpaca or
>> Fred. (Lord, how I miss Fred.) I mention this just in case I've
>> been asking the wrong question.
> You can use openmcl with Slime + Emacs.
I guess I should have been a little more specific. I really want a
Mac-style editor, i.e. one where I can use the mouse to position the
cursor and select text, cmd-X/C/V to cut and paste, etc. I also want
to be able to double-click on a close-paren to select an S-
expression, and be able to press ENTER to evaluate a selection and
have the result appear in a separate listener window. AFAIK, Slime
+Emacs won't do all that. But I must confess I have not actually
tried it. Maybe I'll do that while I'm waiting for Leopard to be
Another thing that would be handy in the short term is to get openMCL
to work with gnu readline. Has anyone done that?
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