greg at technomadic.org
Tue Feb 8 04:35:25 UTC 2005
On 7 Feb 2005, at 20:25, Dan Knapp wrote:
> I forget who mentioned Applescript, but I just thought I'd point out
> this blog entry in case not everybody reads Planet Lisp:
It was probably me, and I do :)
> It doesn't look at all difficult to turn this into a general-purpose
> framework for
> calling Applescript. Of course it would be nice to have things like
> Lisp wrappers
> for the dictionary functions, but really, those could come later.
> This still leaves
> the hard part, which is making it so OpenMCL apps can be controlled by
Yeah, the two things I'm (kind of) working on are having OpenMCL send
Apple Events, and then (in some far-off future) allowing OpenMCL to be
an Apple Event handler (I _think_ this requires that OpenMCL be
embeddable in C, but I'm probably just missing something).
In any case, when I say "working on", I mean "not really". Haven't
really had any time to put into this, but I _am_ pounding away on
OpenMCL on a daily basis, so I guess that counts for something.
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