[Openmcl-devel] Scribble demo

Ron Garret ron at awun.net
Thu Jun 4 15:03:47 UTC 2009


Very weird.  I can't reproduce this at all, but I've got 1.3-r12190M.   
You might want to try an svn update and rebuild, and also using  
Ralph's cleaned up version.

rg

On Jun 4, 2009, at 6:40 AM, Alexander Repenning wrote:

> perhaps this is a version problem but my scribble window does not do  
> anything:
>
> in listener:
>
> Welcome to Clozure Common Lisp Version 1.3-r11936  (DarwinPPC32)!
>
> ;Compiler warnings :
> ;   In LABEL inside an anonymous lambda form: Unused lexical  
> variable V
> ;Compiler warnings :
> ;   In (VIEW-DRAW-CONTENTS (SCRIBBLE-VIEW)) inside an anonymous  
> lambda form: Unused lexical variable RECT
> ; Warning: previously declared methods on #1="acceptsFirstResponder"  
> all had the same type signature, but #<OBJC-METHOD-INFO - 
> [ScribbleView #1#] #x897DE96> introduces ambiguity
> ; While executing: CCL::%DECLARE-OBJC-METHOD, in process Listener(6).
>
>
> then when clicking in AltConsole:
>
> > Error: #<PARSE-UNKNOWN-TYPE unknown type (@METACLASS ScribbleView)>
> > While executing: CCL::CHECK-NS-EXCEPTION, in process Initial(0).
> > Error: #<PARSE-UNKNOWN-TYPE unknown type (@METACLASS ScribbleView)>
> > While executing: CCL::CHECK-NS-EXCEPTION, in process Initial(0).
> > Error: #<PARSE-UNKNOWN-TYPE unknown type (@METACLASS ScribbleView)>
> > While executing: CCL::CHECK-NS-EXCEPTION, in process Initial(0).
> > Error: #<PARSE-UNKNOWN-TYPE unknown type (@METACLASS ScribbleView)>
> > While executing: CCL::CHECK-NS-EXCEPTION, in process Initial(0).
>
> etc.
>
>
> Alex
>
>
> On Jun 3, 2009, at 12:41 AM, Ron Garret wrote:
>
>> After much hair pulling and gnashing of teeth I finally got a bunch  
>> of basic demos working, including this one which implements a  
>> little scribble window.  It's a useful example, I think, because  
>> it's very small, self-contained, and illustrates a lot of major UI  
>> concepts, including drawing and event handling.  It's still rough,  
>> probably leaks a lot of memory, but it works.
>>
>> I can also happily report that although I became very intimate with  
>> the altConsole while working on this code, in the final analysis  
>> none of the problems I encountered turned out to be problems with  
>> CCL.  It's not quite ready to unleash on newbies, but for semi- 
>> experienced coders I'd say CCL is ready for prime time.  I'm  
>> probably switching from Python back to Lisp for my next project.   
>> Woohoo!
>>
>> rg
>>
>> <scribble.lisp>
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