11 Jul 2002 crhodes   » (Master)

Maybe there is something to this CLIM thing after all.

My presentation yesterday went well (there was a decent audience; not too many of them fell asleep; a couple of questions at the end), but the star of the show for me was Gilbert Baumann's demonstration of the Closure web browser.

Closure was, in 1999, the first web browser to pass the W3C CSS1 compliance test suite. Since then, all sorts of nifty things have been implemented, including a CLIM frontend and the TeX line-breaking algorithm. Certainly, his demo (and Robert Strandh's introduction to CLIM) has given me ideas for killer apps...

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