ron at awun.net
Wed Jun 3 06:35:59 UTC 2009
I can't find tiny.lisp, but try:
(#/setShouldAntialias: (#/currentContext ns:ns-graphics-context) #$YES)
On Jun 2, 2009, at 10:39 PM, Neil Baylis wrote:
> I'm trying to familiarize myself with the objective C bridge. I got
> the example "tiny.lisp" to run correctly, so I decided I'd alter it
> as an experiment. I immediately became lost.
> What I want to do is turn on the antialias mode for the window.
> I believe that to do this in Obj C, I would need to call
> - (void)setShouldAntialias:(BOOL)antialias
> which is an instance method of the class NSGraphicsContext.
> It's not clear to me how I would write that call in lisp. It's also
> not clear how I would obtain the graphics context from any of the
> objects present in tiny.lisp (probably the window or the view, but
> not sure).
> Any hints would be appreciated.
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