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Re: [Gcl-devel] Questions concerning Documentation, Sockets, FFI

From: Eric Merritt
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] Questions concerning Documentation, Sockets, FFI
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2002 08:38:49 -0800 (PST)

> There is no socket documentation, as far as I know. 
> Your best bet is
> to read the file o/socket.c.  Apart from that the
> info file you want
> is GCL-SI or GCL-TK for GCL specific info

  Thank you, I actually found this a couple of hours
ago. I was originally looking at the info on the
windows binary (cvs) version, its a bit confusing
there. I booted into linux and was able to find
everything quite easily.
> In the info files mentioned above, check the entries
> for 'defcfun'
> 'defentry' 'clines', etc.
  Thanks, I will look into it.
> You also mentioned multithreading.  I'm pretty sure
> GCL doesn't have
> this feature.

 Oh well, Its not a show stoper (would have been nice
though. Even with this drawback GCL seems to be the
most cross-platform of the lisps. Definatly a good
place to base an application. 


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