[Openmcl-devel] How to make lisp slots in an objc class

Oliver Markovic entrox at entrox.org
Sat Mar 13 11:09:00 PST 2004

On 13.03.2004, at 17:55, Anders Conradi wrote:

> Hi,
> From the documentation of the cooca bridge I got the impression that 
> you can create objc classes that contains lisp slots. How are you 
> supposed to do that?
> This is what I have tried:
> (defclass test-class (ns:ns-object)
>   ((test-slot :accessor test-slot))
>   (:metaclass ns:+ns-object))
> This is what I get when trying to evaluate that expression in the REPL:
> > Error in process listener(1): No applicable method for args:
> >                                (#<OBJC:OBJC-CLASS TEST-CLASS 
> (#x431910)> #<#<error printing STANDARD-READER-METHOD #x50ACD16> 
> #x5BBCFBE>)
> >                                to #<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION 
> (T)>
> > Type :POP to abort.
> Type :? for other options.
> 1 >

I think this is due to a simple copy&paste bug in objc-clos.lisp, which 
has already been fixed in CVS.
Try applying the attached patch (but apparently slots still need to be 
bound when instantiating.)

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