February 10, 2003
Portable Hemlock

Gilbert Baumann is working on making Hemlock, CMUCL's X-based emacs-like editor, portable to other lisps.

portable hemlock on OpenMCL
Screenshot of portable hemlock running in OpenMCL, by Rainer Joswig.

Posted by jjwiseman at February 10, 2003 02:31 PM

I could have taken a picture of it running in SBCL as well, but it'd look exactly the same - and the rest of my screen is more boring.

Lots of interesting CLXness happening lately.

Posted by: Daniel Barlow on February 10, 2003 07:21 PM

Your screen might be more boring, but there's probably *less* of it. Rainer, we know you have an obscene amount of screen real estate already :)

Posted by: jjwiseman on February 10, 2003 09:38 PM

Okay, this is just the screen of my G4 Powerbook - my Cinema Display was not attached. Next time.

Psst... But I give a hint. There is something interesting on the screen to see. If you know what it is, *****DON'T***** post it here. Just enjoy that you've detected it. If the time comes you get a screenshot of that, too.

Posted by: Rainer Joswig on February 11, 2003 01:08 AM

Umm.......... I got it. :)
Just wondering when the time comes...
Thanks for your screenshot.

Posted by: Sungwoo on February 11, 2003 01:59 AM

Okay, I pulled down the portable hemlock sources from that link but I don't see any specialization to make it work with OpenMCL. And I'm seeing errors during compilation, so I'm guessing it's missing the "port" in portable.

Is the OpenMCL port available anywhere?

Posted by: Ram Krishnan on February 16, 2003 11:50 AM
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