Dandelion 1.2.2

The Dandelion environments have been changed to newer versions.

There was much overhaul in the environment part of Dandelion. The old CLOCC library was replaced with USocket. The environment part also moved to quicklisp. I will try to add the environment to the quicklisp repository, which will make it much easier to connect your installation of CLISP and SBCL to the editor. After the environment has been added to quicklisp I will add a short tutorial on how do this.

The Eclipse plugin is now compatible with the Eclipse Kepler release.

The environment versions are now:

Mac (PPC) – 2.49
Mac (Intel) – 2.49
Linux – 2.49
Windows – 2.49

Mac (PPC) – 1.1.10
Mac (Intel) – 1.1.10
Linux – 1.1.10
Windows – 1.1.8

The next changes (timeframe: 3 months) will be the addition of ABCL to the supported environments.

The Eclipse update site can be found here: Dandelion Update Site

Dandelion Update

The Dandelion editor has been updated to version 1.2.0. This release fixes a bug where the icons of the editor were not displayed. Note that version 1.2.0 will not work together with the old environment versions. To let the environments work together with the new editor version they have also been updated to new versions:

Mac (PPC) – 2.4.9
Mac (Intel) – 2.4.9
Linux – 2.4.8
Windows – 2.4.9

Mac (PPC) – 1.0.45
Mac (Intel) – 1.0.45
Linux – 1.0.40
Windows – 1.0.37

Dandelion Update

The Dandelion environments have been changed to newer versions. And there is finally support for Intel Macs and SBCL on Windows:


Mac (PPC) – 2.4.8
Mac (Intel) – 2.4.8
Linux – 2.4.4
Windows – 2.4.8

Mac (PPC) – 1.0.22
Mac (Intel) – 1.0.33
Linux – 1.0.29
Windows – 1.0.29

There is also a little change in the Eclipse plugin itself. It’s now possible to change the environment of existing projects. To do this, you have to right click on your Lisp project, select the Lisp property page and choose the new environment in the combo-box.

In the streets of Philadelphia…

war ich letztes Wochenende. Bilder gibts hier. Nachdem wir die Liberty Bell angeschaut haben und in der Stadt rumgelaufen sind, gings dann noch weiter zu einer kleinen Stadt (New Hope / Lambertville) am Delaware.

Am Sonntag sind wir dann zum Strand gefahren (ca. 50 Meilen). Allerdings war das Wetter mehr als bescheiden. Bilder vom Meer gibts hier.