Search found 96 matches
- Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:21 am
- Forum: The Lounge
- Topic: What feature would you most like to see in Lisp?
- Replies: 43
- Views: 42753
I'd like to have standardized support for threads. Having threads is a must for many things: for web-apps, for GUI apps (actually, for almost everything except command-line apps). There is threading support in many implementations, but API and semantics differ. Having a supported threading API would...
Exactly. Isn't deciding the runtime of a given subproblem essentially the same as the halting problem? The only thing that I can think of would be to go with a Linda-based common database of subproblems from which workers on individual cores take problems and to which they return results. Still, th...
- Sat Aug 16, 2008 11:37 pm
- Forum: Common Lisp
- Topic: Macro expansion, packages, and LET
- Replies: 9
- Views: 9513
Macro generates a piece of AST that contains symbols. Symbol is an object named by its package and name. Macro returns a subtree with symbols in it. Symbols are produced by reader. Reader uses current package to intern them. So it is only logical that symbols end up in the same package with macro (b...
You can use lambda-gtk. The version on site is old and not working on sbcl, but it is trivial to get it working. It offers a complete gtk binding. (the patch to get it working is http://mo3r.nm.ru/lambda-gtk-0.1-sbcl-callbacks-with-asd.patch ) Other gtk+ bindings didn't work for me (apart from cells...