Both menu items in the interface need a callback function. As with other callback functions, these are specified by defining a general callback,
, which displays, in a dialog, the current selection of any pane.
(defun display-pane-selection (reader data interface)
(declare (ignore data))
(capi:display-message "~S: ~S selected"
(funcall reader interface))
(funcall reader interface))))
The following two functions call
, passing the reader of a pane as an argument. These functions are specified as the callbacks for the two menu items.
(defun display-graph-selection (&rest args)
(apply 'display-pane-selection 'graph-reader args))
(defun display-list-selection (&rest args)
(apply 'display-pane-selection 'list-reader args))
As with the other callback functions, specifying the callbacks in this way allows for easy extension of the example.
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Unix version) - 25 Nov 2011