Geomview For Windows?
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> So what is a LISPOBJECT ? It is an "object" in the geomview lisp system. This has little, if anything, to do with "object oriented". The formal definintion of a lisp object is that it is either a lisp atom, or a list of lisp atoms (delimited by parens). The geomview lisp interpreter knows about several different kinds of atoms, including numbers, strings, geoms, cameras, etc. > And [where] is it documented ? It isn't. This stuff (meaning the "write-sexpr" function and the whole concept of a lisp object) is really internal to the geomview code and not intended for non-geomview-programmer use. I wrote "write-sexpr" for debugging purposes only. The reason its documentation appears in geomview.5 is that we set up an automatic documentation system that generates the man page from the program, so all functions, even our own secret debugging ones, go into it. We should say in the doc string of such functions that they are intended for use by us only, but sometimes we forget. Is there something you wanted to do with this function or were you just curious? --Mark
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