[Openmcl-devel] The Objective-C Bridge and Clozure CL IDE with Linux and GNUstep
millejoh at me.com
Wed Jun 17 12:34:31 PDT 2015
CCL does run on Linux and Windows, so I wouldn't consider CCL to be "locked in to proprietary technology". The options for cross-platform, free UI's aren't too many for good reasons. Have you tried commonqt? I haven't done anything with Common Lisp in a long time, but last I checked it worked quite well with CCL.
> On Jun 17, 2015, at 1:16 PM, Adam Jensen <hanzer at riseup.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Jun 2015 12:22:33 +0200
> "R. Matthew Emerson" <rme at clozure.com> wrote:
>>> On Jun 16, 2015, at 2:09 AM, Adam Jensen <hanzer at riseup.net> wrote:
>>> Is there a way to include the [Objective-C Bridge] and build/run the Clozure CL IDE on a Linux system that has the GNUstep libraries and development environment installed?
>> In a word, no.
>> At some times in the past, we've tried to make the Objective-C bridge work with the GNU Objective-C runtime, but as far as I know, that code has bit-rotted. Even if that were revived, we'd almost certainly still need to do some work on the cocoa-ide code so that it used only supported GNUstep functionality.
>> Personally, I think that trying to use GNUstep or the Cocotron or any other sort of re-implementation of Apple's Cocoa framework is a bad idea. It's hard enough to make things work with "real" Cocoa, let alone trying to deal at the same time with bugs and limitations in other implementations. But that's just me.
> Wow, thanks for the response. I haven't explored objective-c/cocoa or evaluated gnustep. It now sounds like the clozureCL IDE is locked into proprietary technology on a specific platform. That seems like an odd direction for an open-source project. C'est la vie.
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