[info-mcl] RMCL Documentation
sandro.pedrazzini at canoo.com
Mon Jun 14 03:55:18 CDT 2010
Does anyone know what are the current options for using foreign
Are there different "define-entry-point" ways of referring to external
libraries, and where are those libraries looked for?
I am currently still using some "old-styled" Carbon libraries, setting
the *dont-use-cfm* to NIL. In this case the library can be placed into
the RMCL directory, added to the serch path with "ccl::add-to-shared-
library-search-path" and found at runtime.
I tried to use the same processing with a framework and with a Mach-O
dynamic library (libXYZ.dylib file). Unfortunately it seems as if the
library cannot be found, specifying it in different ways (full name,
Unix shared library convension name, etc.).
In the latter case (Mach-O dynamic library), the Mach-O address cannot
Any hint or documentation?
On 12 Jun 2010, at 05:30, Harald Striepe wrote:
> I recently started playing with Lisp (RMCL and ccl) after 20 year
> break. Alas, I lost my old Coral Lisp manual. The icon brings back
> Does anybody have or know of introductory information or
> documentation on the RMCL editor? I would like to make it easier for
> my son to get going on this, too.
> -- Harald
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