[Openmcl-devel] ANNOUNCE: MCLIDE 1.0b

Terje Norderhaug terje at in-progress.com
Thu Dec 17 11:02:20 PST 2009

I forgot to mention that the current version of MCLIDE works with  
both Clozure CL 1.4 and the earlier CLZ 1.3. MCLIDE can even be used  
to develop on both versions of CLZ concurrently, which might be  
useful when upgrading code from one version to the next. I wonder  
though, have most or all CLZ developers moved on to 1.4 or are there  
still developers that continue to use CLZ 1.3?

-- Terje  

On Dec 16, 2009, at 11:18 AM, Terje Norderhaug wrote:
> MCLIDE is a free open source Macintosh IDE for Lisp implementations
> on any platform. It's a double-clickable, stand-alone development
> environment that connects to a Lisp either locally or through the
> network.
> The first public beta of MCLIDE 1.0 is now available from:
>      http://mclide.in-progress.com
> This version of MCLIDE works with Clozure CL (a.k.a. OpenMCL) and
> Macintosh Common Lisp (MCL) as target lisp implementations. Support
> for a number of other lisp implementations on different platforms is
> under development.
> MCLIDEs user interface is based on the mature IDE of Macintosh Common
> Lisp. It provides rich interactive development and debugging tools in
> the form of dialogs interacting with the target Lisp.
> MCLIDE provides a consistent developer experience regardless of the
> Lisp. It can be used on the same computer as the Lisp system, or
> target one or more Lisp implementations on other computers or
> operating systems.
> Special thanks to Peter Paine for substantial feedback and
> suggestions. His involvement has been essential in moving MCLIDE
> forward. Glen Foy has provided a lisp syntax styling utility as an
> optional plug-in. MCLIDE has also benefitted from contributions by
> Shannon Spires and Madhu, among others.
> Follow the progress of MCLIDE at www.twitter.com/mclide
> -- Terje Norderhaug
>     terje at in-progress.com
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-- Terje Norderhaug
    terje at in-progress.com

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