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New website

posted on 2016-05-22 12:30

We are happy to announce that the McCLIM website has been refreshed. All broken links has been replaced and the infrastructure has been moderated into something easier to maintain.

Website comparison

On the left is the old version while on the right is the current design. Website is responsive, has the RSS stream and all the goods coleslaw provides.

You may expect frequent improvements to the codebase in the near future – stay tuned!

Old news list

posted on 2016-05-22 12:00

For posterity we are publishing the archival news:

  • 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 admin@common-lisp.net).

  • 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.

 

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