thelifter <email@example.com> wrote:
| how about wxWindows for a LISP GUI?
| But the biggest surprise was when I discovered that there is already a
| wxLisp: http://www.pb.izm.fhg.de/lip/wxlisp/
| The only problem with that is, that it doesn't seem to be open source, yet.
Then take a look at PLT Scheme <URL:http://www.plt-scheme.org/> and
the MrEd toolkit <URL:http://www.plt-scheme.org/software/mred/> which
is used to build the DrScheme IDE:
MrEd embeds MzScheme and extends it with a graphical user
interface (GUI) toolbox. GUI applications written with MrEd
run without modification under Windows, Mac OS, and Unix/X.
MrEd is based on wxWindows, and then extends it with a bunch of classes
built on MzScheme's single-inheritance object system. The MrEd Graphical
Toolbox Manual <URL:http://download.plt-scheme.org/doc/mred/mred.html>
has all the details.
PLT Scheme is GPL'd, though...
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