Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of AppleCurrencyConverterCreatingaLispFile


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Jan 18, 2008, 7:59:45 PM (12 years ago)
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    11= Creating a Lisp File =
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     3Now that you have created the nibfile that defines your application's user interface, it's time to create the Lisp source file that defines its behavior. When you work with Objective-C, as in Apple's tutorial, you use Apple's XCode application to create and manage projects, to edit Objective C source files, and to build the final application. In this HOWTO, the Clozure CL application takes the place of XCode. The Lisp project structure is much simpler than the XCode project structure: to build the Lisp application we need only the nibfile created in the previous section, and a single Lisp source file.
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     5Double-click Clozure CL to launch it. Clozure CL displays a Listener window:
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