A random place for little hacks.
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A kludge to make compiler error messages of CMUCL clickable and take you to the source location where the error occurred. Requires CMUCL, ilisp and probably XEmacs.
A CLIM class browser
|2003-05-07 11:41:13||3,844||[ 00m 01s]|
|cmucl-meta-dot.lisp||2003-05-22 14:43:30||4,127||[ 00m 01s]|
A minimal implementation of the TELNET protocol for CMUCL. You can log into a running Lisp process. Most notably interrupts are properly processed, so that you can attach ilisp to a running Lisp process by answering telnet localhost 4711 to the »Programm: « question.
|2003-09-27 18:28:39||11,267||[ 00m 01s]|
An attempt to teach ilisp a sensible M-. command which also works with generic functions. Use M-, to find all methods. Also works with accessors.
|2003-05-22 10:22:37||4,764||[ 00m 01s]|
Hack for McCLIM to have negative exposures. That is when a pane is scrolled we repaint the exposed region immediately instead of waiting for the exposure event to come in from the X server. We stuff negative exposure events into the event queue to indicated that the repainted region is clean.
|2003-05-15 07:37:34||20,392||[ 00m 02s]|
|pointer-docu-kludge.diff.txt||2003-05-15 06:22:08||781||[ 00m 01s]|
|sane-cmucl.txt||2003-05-17 05:01:56||2,231||[ 00m 01s]|