January 06, 2004
CL-SDL for OpenMCL

Camille Troillard seems to have gotten CL-SDL working in OpenMCL.

I spent some hours installing and debugging and I am very happy to say that CL-SDL is finally working on OpenMCL. This was kind of easy, most of the hard work has been done by Matthew as the code is very clean and very portable. There is still need some work to make a usable distribution. You can see it by looking at the attached screenshots. Animations are smooth (obviously, there are not many objects on screen !), but event-loop is not working yet (keyboard, mouse, etc.).

Screenshots from Camille:

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Posted by jjwiseman at January 06, 2004 03:20 PM

Hey! It's my .emacs! I'm a celebrity!

Or something like that.

Posted by: Brian Mastenbrook on January 6, 2004 07:40 PM

Yeah !
Thank you very much it is a great configuration ; these are the best color scheme I've ever used and the hyperspec shortcuts are very useful ! However, I made some changes to make it smaller as I only use Slime and OpenMCL.

Posted by: Camille on January 7, 2004 03:40 AM

I'm a fan of color schemes :) Where can I take grab a copy?

Posted by: alanr on January 8, 2004 11:34 PM
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