An implementation of the Common Lisp Interface Manager, version II (by McCLIM)


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Posts where McCLIM has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-02-11.
  • Lisp Implementations similiar to old Lisp Machines? | 2021-02-11
    But I don't want to have a net negative contribution to this thread, so I'd also recommend looking at some of the McCLIM applications, including the inspector Clouseau, editor Climacs and the CLIM interactor, which are very much Lisp machine-inspired.
  • McCLIM — A powerful GUI toolkit for Common Lisp | 2021-02-05
    Currently it requires X11 server running, please see; as of fontconfig, since the next release we are going to use cl-dejavu to not depend on hardcoded paths. Before that you should put dejavu ttf files in C:/Windows/Fonts. | 2021-02-05
    Regarding HiDPI there are some ideas, but right now they are not implemented (see i.e I'm writing a vt100 terminal backend to reveal some underlying assumptions about the pixel size.

    Thank you for working on McCLIM back then! If you feel motivated to join development efforts please don't hesitate joining #clim @ freenode :)

  • Help me to find a language to describe user interfaces
    Remembered this post when github suggested me this project: