[Openmcl-devel] embedding openmcl into cocoa

Michael Larson mklarson at apple.com
Thu Jun 1 13:03:17 PDT 2006

So this sounds as though even if I ran it from a thread at the start  
of main before all that NSApplication stuff the exception handling  
would still get in the way lisp.


My intent was to access lisp through pipes from a cocoa command line  
object... ok I will think of some other way to handle this.



On May 31, 2006, at 3:35 PM, Gary Byers wrote:

> My first reaction is that this'd be hard; the OpenMCL runtime (the
> kernel) wants to exercise a lot of control over the application
> environment (how exceptions are handled and how memory is mapped,
> mostly.)  It can exercise this control if it's "the application" (and
> therefore gets control of things very early), but it seems like it'd
> be harder to do so if it was a library embedded in the address space
> of some other application (which may have already gotten in lisp's way
> somehow.)
> On Wed, 31 May 2006, Michael Larson wrote:
>> I would like to embed openmcl into an a simple cocoa or foundation
>> app (which terminal is) and use it as a scripting language for opengl
>> and core graphics are there any examples out there? Suggestions?
>> Thanks,
>> Mike Larson
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