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[Gcl-devel] Re: [Axiom-developer] Graphics and Axiom (was Re: touchgraph, hypertex,
14 Feb 2005 13:08:29 -0500
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root <address@hidden> writes:
> > > Using TK for at least hypertex sounds like a great idea to me.
> > > Hypertex as it is looks definitely dated. Will the TK version be
> > > available to the Unix Axiom also?
> > Correct me if I'm wrong Tim, but you're using this library to interface
> > with tk from lisp, correct?
> > http://www.peter-herth.de/ltk/
> > If so, it looks like ltk currently works on Linux and OSX already.
> > Windows will probably (as usual) be the tricky part?
> There is no such thing as a simple job.
> There are several 'tricky' parts since I'm not a TK user. For example,
> I have yet to figure out how to put an image in a window. Trivial things
> like that take a while to figure out.
> Yes, that is the package I'm using. Currently it uses facilities that
> are not yet available in gcl so I'm using clisp. Either GCL will
> eventually support the defclass, etc or I'll rewrite ltk to stop
> using defclass.
If you can post as much detail regarding the GCL/ltk probs, I'll try
to take a look. Though I still don't see what is wrong with
Schelter's original gcl-tk, lisp portability issues aside.
> It works on linux and windows, runs on clisp, and lives in a separate
> process so it hardly matters which lisp is used (that being the point).
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