A GUI toolkit for Common Lisp


Content from 2017-06

Progress report #8

posted on 2017-06-12 21:00

Dear Community,

During this iteration we had many valuable contributions. It's a joy to see how McCLIM gains more mindshare and people are willing to put their time and wallet in fixing issues and writing applications in McCLIM.

Some highlights for this iteration:

  • many Listener fixes,
  • major tab layout extension refactor,
  • new extension for Bezier curves (based on older internal implementation),
  • interactor improvements,
  • layout improvements,
  • fixes for redisplay and transformations,
  • documentation cleanups,
  • cleanup of the issues (closed the obsolete and fixed ones).

Bezier Curves

All McCLIM bounties (both active and already solved) may be found here.

Bounties solved this iteration:

  • [$200] Interactor CLI prompt print problem

Fixed by Gabriel Laddel. Waiting for a pull request and a bounty claim.

  • [$200] Problem with coordinate swizzling (probably).

Fixed by Alessandro Serra and merged. Waiting for a bounty claim.

  • [$100] menu for input-prompt in lisp-listener does not disappear after use.

Fixed by Alessandro Serra and merged. Waiting for a bounty claim.

Active bounties:

  • [$150] When flowing text in a FORMATTING-TABLE, the pane size is used instead of the column size.

  • [$150] clx: input: english layout. (someone already works on it).

  • [$100] Caps lock affects non-alphabetic keys. (new)

  • [$100] Add PDF file generation (PDF backend). (new)

  • [$100] Keystroke accelerators may shadow keys even if inactive. (new)

Our current financial status is $1,429 for bounties and $267 recurring monthly contributions from the supporters (thanks!).

Suggestions as to which other issues should have a bounty on them are appreciated and welcome. Please note that Bountysource has a functionality "Suggest an Issue" which may be found on the bounties page. If you feel that you may solve some problem, but there is no bounty on it, feel free to suggest it too.

If you have any questions, doubts or suggestions – please contact me either by email (daniel@turtleware.eu) or on IRC (my nick is jackdaniel).

Sincerely yours,
Daniel Kochmański

 

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