[info-mcl] [Openmcl-internal] OpenMCL Intel and Cocoa
moody at isi.edu
Mon Aug 27 12:12:30 CDT 2007
On Aug 27, 2007, at 9:29 AM, Ron Garret wrote:
> 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.
Aquamacs can do this.
> I also want to be able to double-click on a close-paren to select
> an S-
Aquamacs can probably do this. Could you do this in Fred? I don't
> and be able to press ENTER to evaluate a selection and have the result
> appear in a separate listener window.
Aquamacs can probably do this - I use c-x c-c inside forms to compile
and c-x c-e (or apple-e) to eval at the end of forms - just like
Fred. All it took was a few lines in my dotemacs file.
> 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
> released :-)
Aquamacs + SLIME is not Fred, but it is a tolerability approximation.
> 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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