Subject: Re: Reasons to choose CLISP over other free implementations
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 19:13:33 -0600
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>
Rainer Joswig  <> wrote:
| > How do you mean GNOME or KDE applications ? Allegro is
| > written in GTK does that qualifies for native gnome citizen?
| Are there any other ones? Like a program that people use
| and would not really notice that it is written in Lisp?
| You know what I mean. A grapics app, an expert system
| with GUI, a mail reader, an editor, a paint program.

I have a small clone of SGI's "sysmeter", that displays date/time,
uptime, % CPU, network {pkts,bytes}/sec, battery state [on laptops],
that sort of thing.

| But for GNOME or KDE. With the widgets and all that stuff. Icons.

Oh. Mine just uses raw CLX. "Never mind..."  ;-}  ;-}

[Though it *does* SET-WM-PROPERTIES to set
the :TITLE to something that suppresses the
window manager frame, and also names its icon.
Does that count? ;-}  ]


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