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CLM, GINA, and IB: Common Lisp Motif, Generic INteractive
Application, and Interface Builder
CLM (Common Lisp Motif) runs OSF/Motif widgets in a separate C process,
with minimal work on the Lisp side and communicates between C and Lisp
using TCP sockets. When CLX is loaded before compiling CLM, client
programs can also use the CLX graphics functions to draw into Motif
widgets, especially into widgets of classes XmDrawingArea and
GINA (Generic INteractive Application) is an application framework
based on Common Lisp and OSF/Motif to simplify the construction of
graphical interactive applications. It is a class library
implemented in CLOS.
IB (Interface Builder) is an interactive tool implemented with GINA
to design Motif windows. It generates Lisp code to be used with GINA.
Available free in the X contrib directory or by
anonymous ftp from either
ftp.x.org:/contrib (formerly export.lcs.mit.edu) or
as the files CLM+GINA.README, CLM2.2.tar.Z and GINA2.2.tar.Z.
Version: 2.2, 11-NOV-92
Requires: CLM requires OSF/Motif 1.1 or higher.
GINA requires CLM and CLX, and CLOS or PCL.
Ports: CLM runs in Allegro CL, CMU CL, Lucid CL, and Symbolics Genera.
Copying: Publicly available under terms similar to the X Window System.
CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1
Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org
Author(s): GINA: Mike Spenke
CLM: Andreas Baecker
IB: Thomas Berlage
Contact: Mike Spenke is the primary contact.
Mike Spenke, Project GINA
GMD (German National Research Center for Computer Science)
P.O. Box 1316
W-5205 Sankt Augustin 1
Authors!Baecker, Authors!Berlage, Authors!Spenke, CLM, GINA,
GMD, GUI!Lisp, GUI!Requires CLOS, GUI!Requires CLX, Graphics,
HCI, IB, Lisp!Sockets, Motif, Sockets, X-Windows
Documentation is included in the distribution.
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