I have read the discussions on this mailing list concerning unicode support, and I was thinking:<br><br>Would looking over CLISP's unicode files help in any manner? Or maybe even SBCL?<br><br>Of course using code directly from CLISP would cause problems due to the GPL restrictions, but this usage would be fine in reference to SBCL.
<br><br>This thought of course is somewhat without merit due to my lack of knowledge concerning the internals of OpenMCL, and I am sure these thoughts have already been considered by those that understand the system to a greater degree.
<br><br>Another question I had, after talking to Rainer Joswig, was whether someone had the MCL documentation concerning MCL's Carbon integration. Rainer had mentioned that he found the API rather nice, and to have such integration in OpenMCL would be a really nice feature. I was wonder if this was something that could be worked on as well. I know (from reading the Wiki... I think) that a speed bump concerning this integration is CLOS.
<br><br>Mark Stahl<br><br><div><span class="gmail_quote">On 3/21/06, <b class="gmail_sendername">Gary Byers</b> <<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>> wrote:</span><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;">
There is a (very skeletal) ToDo list on the Wiki; I actually started<br>to add a Unicode entry earlier this morning. (It needs more work,<br>but I at least remembered to save what I was working on.)<br><br>There could certainly stand to be more entries and, in most cases,
<br>more prose/discussion attached to the existing entries.<br><br>[Every once in a while, for reasons that I don't understand, the<br>Wiki page just stops working; restarting Apache on the server<br>seems to fix things. I don't visit the Wiki as often as I should,
<br>and therefore don't notice if it's wedged (or remember to set up<br>a cron job to restart Apache periodically, or try to figure out<br>what the real problem is ...). When it isn't dying mysteriously,<br>it seems to work fairly well. Thanks to people who have added
<br>content there.]<br><br>Anyway, it might take some effort to get the existing ToDo list<br>up-to-date, accurate, and useful, but there's at least a starting<br>point.<br><br>On Tue, 21 Mar 2006, M.J. Stahl wrote:<br><br>
> Hello everyone,<br>><br>> I am new to this mailing list and only a smalltime user of OpenMCL,<br>> but I wanted to get more involved with the development of the system<br>> because I have found it most enjoyable, and want to see it progress
<br>> further.<br>><br>> One of the things that I noticed (although it could have been missed)<br>> is an up-to-date ToDo list for OpenMCL. So is there some list, or can<br>> someone list some of the current developments so I can see what I
<br>> could actually help out with compared to what is needed.<br>><br>> Best regards,<br>><br>> Mark Stahl<br>><br>> _______________________________________________<br>> Openmcl-devel mailing list
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