but obscure X11 tools.
live streams about Objective-C and GNUstep.
is a portable and lightweight framework for Objective-C.
It also supports obscure platforms such as AmigaOS, Haiku, the PSP and
Dʒɛmɪni is a
written in Racket.
I deployed it on this very site
and it was straightforward to grasp and setup!
X not written in Lisp? (1998)
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Top: Craig Federighi.
5.34 has been released!
Featuring native try/catch and
a port to 9front.
a tool for system administration.
"I am proposing a new mapping for managing system loads. As
mentioned above, people frequently talk about "blowing processes
away", and the Unix command to destroy a process is "kill". This
suggests a metaphor for process management. Each process can be a
monster, and the machines can be represented by a series of rooms."