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Re: [Gcl-devel] WIN32 / TK

From: Jacques Mequin
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] WIN32 / TK
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2003 14:07:07 +0200


I cannot try today but I will do it in a near future

Basically, as an EDA developer, I am using functional language 
to create fast to prototype and deliver "in-house" tools to the 
circuit designers around me 

Until now, I was using "scheme" (Stk, Bigloo, etc ...) that do
have a direct TK graphical interface 
It should be noted that Bigloo also have a Java "swing" hook

Recently, I have also used the "OZ" language for solving problems
with constraints   

With ACL2, I am now about to become familiar with GCL that I plan
to also use independently as a powerful language
Having a graphical interface is important

I will tell you if "japi" is fine


Mike Thomas wrote:

> GCL-TK doesn't work on Windows and I've left it at the bottom of my priority
> heap for the moment I'm sorry.
> There is an easy (but undocumented) alternative.  If you just want to do
> some GUI work without using TK widgets specifically and you have Java
> installed on your computer (the command "java" in your path) try using the
> Japi binding.
> An example of how to use it follows.

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