|Fare||ouch. Low-level debugging sucks|
|Fare||oh -- just IO functions|
where I can use the full debugger, at that
I just suck
anyway, I just sent a working write-octets to fe[nl]ix for IOlib
it's inefficient as hell, but at least it works
and a further version can try to avoid the double-buffering
there ought to be a better way
|arbscht_||neat, Foil works with Mono on GNU/Linux|
|archaelus||arbscht_: Hi there|
how's Uni these days?
|action||vsync waves to anyone else in the lecture in here|
|vsync||waves to anyone else in the lecture in here|
|arbscht_||archaelus: not bad, plodding along :)|
how are things with you? still (back?) in nz?
|archaelus||good - still working in Wellington, though on Erlang rather than lisp|
is the CLUG defunct then?
|archaelus||it was never particularly funct - but someone did email me about doing another unenterprisey languages meeting|
|arbscht_||that'd be cool|
|action||arbscht_ recently landed a lisp contract; there's some local interest in it|
|arbscht_||recently landed a lisp contract; there's some local interest in it|
I've had vague intentions of organising some sort of gathering in auckland, but that hasn't developed much
|Zhivago||hmm, how well suited would the swank protocol be for remotely controlling one lisp from another?|
|luis||Zhivago: good enough perhaps? :)|
|fax||Do I need to write a function that will read a string from a stream stopping at some given end-of-string characters, or does that already exist in CL?|
|luis||Zhivago: especially if the other Lisp is elisp :)|
|Zhivago||luis: well, I was thinking more of CL-to-CL|
luis: for example, to open a socket and execute forms on the other end.
luis: the only tricky stuff would be to handle conditions.
luis: so I was thinking that swank already handles that kind of thing, so ...
|luis||Zhivago: yeah, eval-for-emacs might do most of what you want|
|tcr||luis: Anything new from SoC?|
|luis||tcr: not really|
tcr: I hear they liked my proposals, which is good!