Re: Where can I see the screenshots and obtain a copy of Cello?
Adam Olsen wrote:
> First off, thanks Kennith and Frank for responding so quickly. Now:
> On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 1:22 PM, Frank Goenninger<frgo@...> wrote:
>> currently there is no official site where you can see screen shots,
>> unfortunately. Also, Cello, in its current state, is not ready-to-use
>> just like that. That means: You would need some effort to get it to
>> work in your environment (mostly because it depends on a number of
>> external libraries). Furthermore, Cello does not provide any
>> predefined set of widgets or controls. You have to roll your own. It'
>> pretty straight forward, but still. Now, if you are still interested:
> Ah, probably not for me. I don't officially know Common Lisp (yet).
> I've been reading Practical Common Lisp and I've really been liking
> what I've seen so far. In the past I've always learned a new language
> by figuring out a project and just writing it. I haven't quite
> figured the project out yet, but I've been looking around to see what
> libraries were available for CL, and yours popped up as the first hit
> for a GUI toolkit on Google. While it does sound cool, it's probably
> out of my league at this point.
Peter Herth's LTk is about the simplest GUI project out there, and
stable and supported by a quiet list.