[Openmcl-devel] Scribble demo

Neil Baylis neil.baylis at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 12:47:16 PDT 2009

This is a very useful demo. Thanks Ron for making it available, and Ralph
for cleaning it up. I hope it makes its way into the ccl examples. For
newcomers, I think what works best is a number of small examples like this,
rather than large examples that include too much, a problem I have with much
of Apple's sample code. So, thanks guys.

I think this is a CL question more than specifically CCL, but I'll ask here
anyway: When I run the scribble demo from within Emacs/Slime, it works OK if
I (load "scribble.lisp") at the slime REPL. But if I use C-c C-k, a.k.a.
"compile and load file" it complains that there's no package named "GUI". I
imagine this is because the meaning of  (require :cocoa) is different when
compiling vs loading. If I do (require :cocoa) before I do C-c C-k then it
works OK. There's probably no bug here, I just don't understand exactly
what's happening.

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