[Openmcl-devel] RDNZL Anyone?
ehuels at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 14:02:39 PDT 2013
[...] I’m glad to know that ABCL has finally come of age. [...]
While this isn't the forum to discuss, nor do I want you to take it
personally, but the "finally" there hurt when I read it: ABCL has been
working rock solid in production for me - and for several others I know -
since 2008 and even before. Admittedly, it wouldn't have for a number of
use-cases, but it did for quite a few. Obviously, the ABCL community should
be looking at itself for doing such poor communication. Just wanted to
mention this, in case people were holding off trying ABCL due to alleged
usability or maturity issues.
For any further remarks or discussion, please respond to me off-list or we
can continue on abcl's developers list (armedbear-devel at common-lisp.net).
An ABCL maintainer
> - Steve
> From: Hans Hübner <hans.huebner at gmail.com>
> Date: Monday, 17 June 2013 16:46
> To: Steven Nunez <steven.nunez at illation.com>
> Cc: "openmcl-devel at clozure.com" <openmcl-devel at clozure.com>
> Subject: Re: [Openmcl-devel] RDNZL Anyone?
> On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 10:42 AM, Steven Núñez <
> steven.nunez at illation.com> wrote:
>> Perhaps I should have phrased my question a bit differently: Does anyone
>> have any good ways to access .NET or C libraries on the Microsoft from
>> CCL? I need to do a lot of manipulation of Office document contents.
> If you "just" need to manipulate Office documents, maybe using Apache
> POI (http://poi.apache.org/) is an option for you. Apache POI is a Java
> library and there are a few different ways how to access Java libraries
> from Lisp. I'm using ABCL for that purpose (
> but there are a few other options (http://www.cliki.net/java) that might
> be worth looking at.
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