What is McCLIM?
McCLIM is an open source implementation of the Common Lisp Interface Manager specification, a powerful toolkit for writing GUIs in Common Lisp.
It is licensed under the GNU Library General Public License.
The McCLIM Wiki contains quite a bit of information about McCLIM, including a list of applications using it, and many screenshots of these.
You can access the McCLIM manual PDF if you want, but it's still a work in progress.
- mcclim-devel: developer discussion; probably the best place to ask for help
- mcclim-announce: (announcements only, low traffic)
- mcclim-cvs: CVS commit messages
A snapshot of the CVS repository is made nightly.
2008-04-23: McCLIM 0.9.6 "St. George's Day" released.
2007-09-02: McCLIM 0.9.5 "Eastern Orthodox Lithurgical New Year" released.
2007-01-14: McCLIM 0.9.4 "Orthodox New Year" released.
2006-11-02: McCLIM 0.9.3 "All Souls' Day" released.
2006-03-30: Highly-experimental binaries of McCLIM 0.9.2, set up to start up the McCLIM listener, and incorporating the McCLIM demos as well as a graphical debugger and inspector, are available for download. Supported platforms: PPC/OS X, x86/Linux.
2006-03-26: McCLIM 0.9.2 "Laetare Sunday" released.
2005-03-06: McCLIM 0.9.1 "Mothering Sunday" released.
2004-12-09: McCLIM CVS hosting moved to common-lisp.net; if you're a developer you should already have heard about this (if not, mail email@example.com).
2002-10-29: Tim Moore presented a paper written by Robert Strandh and himself at the International Lisp Conference during the last week of October 2002.
McCLIM is written by a diverse group of individuals from across the world. Contributors past and present include:
- Daniel Barlow
- Gilbert Baumann
- Julien Boninfan
- Alexey Dejneka
- Clemens Fruhwirth
- Andreas Fuchs
- Robert Goldman
- Iban Hatchondo
- Andy Hefner
- Brian Mastenbrook
- Mike McDonald
- Timothy Moore
- Edena Pixel
- Max-Gerd Retzlaff
- Christophe Rhodes
- Duncan Rose
- Arnaud Rouanet
- Lionel Salabartan
- Rudi Schlatte
- Brian Spilsbury
- Robert Strandh