Common Lisp GUI Projects
Common Lisp CFFI bindings to the IUP Portable User Interface library (pre-ALPHA)Project mention: What is the most pleasant way to write a portable GUI in CL? | reddit.com/r/lisp | 2021-02-12
I think the IUP bindings are really worth a try: https://github.com/lispnik/iup/ Overview of it (and others): https://lispcookbook.github.io/cl-cookbook/gui.html I quickly tried it and it worked as expected. The only difficulty is to learn the framework: how to assemble the GUI parts (where to put the scrollbar?) and this sort of things. Given the author it should be pretty much dynamic (as much as Ltk) but might not be there yet. It will, given more users and demand.
A portable reader and bridge for interacting with Objective-C and CocoaProject mention: The joys of creating Xcode project files | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-25
This tool doesn’t always work because plists can contain arbitrary Objective-C objects. However, there’s a relatively nice objective-c API that can be used to decode them losslessly that I used to extract data from Safari’s reading list l:
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