[Openmcl-devel] invited talk at the European Lisp Symposium

Joshua Kordani jkordani at lsa2.com
Wed Mar 14 14:15:37 PDT 2018

Look in the distribution for a win32 or msw.lisp file, I forget which.

The code to build the bindings runs under cygwin I believe, and that is 
necessary if you want to scarf more of the win32 api than what is 
already in the source tree

On 3/14/18 5:10 PM, Alexey Veretennikov wrote:
> Just as a wish, would be fantastic to have Win32 (WinAPI) bindings the same way
> as we have cocoa-bindings. Probably not so technically difficult job,
> just careful bindings function-per-function of WinAPI with CL. This will
> enable building GUI applications for Windows following any existing
> WinAPI manual.
> It would make CCL a standand de-facto in
> developing CL GUI applications for Windows.
> P.S. Using CCL on Windows successfully for developing one-off CLI
> utilities (parsers, generators, converters etc)
> delivered as an executables inside the company. But to make anything
> GUI-related on Windows real quick I had to revert to PyQt + py2exe with Python :(
> "R. Matthew Emerson" <rme at acm.org> writes:
>> Hi everyone.
>> I've been invited to talk about Clozure CL at the 2018 European Lisp Symposium,
>> which will take place in Marbella, Spain on April 16th and 17th.
>> One of the things I've liked best about working on Clozure CL is seeing what
>> people have used CCL to do.  I'm thinking I might like to mention a few of those
>> things in the talk.
>> So, if CCL has enabled you to build something or solve some interesting problem,
>> would you consider writing to me and telling me about what you did and how CCL
>> helped you?
>> Thanks.
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