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New McCLIM listener commands and menu fix

Monday, August 30, 2004

Andy Hefner has added to the CVS tree of McCLIM's listener my code for drawing package hierarchy graphs. It is now possible to use the new graphing commands with CMUCL, SBCL and other Lisp implementations, for which he has provided portable symbol count functions.

Andy has also fixed a clim:menu-choose-from-drawer bug of McCLIM that clipped part of the menu contents. This CLIM function is used for generating custom popup menus, with arbitrary text or graphical contents drawn by a user function passed as an argument.

Thanks to Andy for the new features.

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