rydis is missing?
|beach||I am afraid so.|
from reading the reports, I think it is looking pretty bad.
|sohail||I don't know what language that site is in|
what do the reports say?
oh, they talked about where he had been, when he left, etc. Now they are suspecting a robbery.
|rahul||it's one thing if he made enemies with someone... but motivated by money? ugh|
I hope they figure out what happened, so if someone is responsible, they can still track them down
maybe he was injured and is in some hospital somewhere without ID or something
|Zhivago||hmm, they should know better than to try to rob lisp programmers.|
|sohail||well, when you know something|
well heres something to distract you in the meantime: http://unexplained-mysteries.com/
|hefner||geekux: one approach would be to define a subclass of standard-presentation and define a new method for highlight-output-record for it|
you'd have to make it smart enough to regenerate the contents inside the record when the highlight state changes, so your method would (letf (((stream-current-output-record stream) your-presentation))) (clear-output-record your-presentation) .. redraw according to highlight state..)
|redwyrm||has anybody tried SBCL on React OS?|
|hefner||you might need to move the cursor, too|
|nyef||redwyrm: That could be an interesting experiment.|
|hefner||geekux: the bordered output records can highlight under the cursor, but done in a slightly different way. normally clim will recurse through the children within of highlighted presentation, highlighting each of them. via the (undocumented) extension highlight-output-record-tree, you can stop the recursion at some point in the output tree in order to draw something signifying highlighting of all the children.|
|redwyrm||nyef, I've given up on installing Win32 in QEMU|
so now I'm going to try ReactOS
|nyef||redwyrm: Ah. Installing Win98 wasn't hard, but doesn't do you much good if you want to try SBCL...|
|CHodapp||redwyrm: I got Win98 in QEMU, for what it's worth|
|redwyrm||yeah, so have I|
I wonder if 2K knows it's in a VM
|CHodapp||oh, you said you've given up|
|redwyrm||on 2K, yes|
Waitasec, there's a qemu command-line option to make the win2k instalelr work.
|redwyrm||the goal is to compile SBCL on a Win32 platform|