Release Notes: This release uses CFFI as a backend and so should work on most Lisp implementations.
Release Notes: wxCL now provides a CLOS-based interface to the underlying wxWidgets library. The programmer no longer needs to know the details of the underlying foreign function interface to use the wxCL library. This release is not backward compatible.
Release Notes: wxWidgets 2.6.2 is now used, which gives better performance and has several improvements. Many ffi declarations were fixed, some constants and new functions were added, and bugfixes and API changes were made. The samples were improved, and the license of the examples was changed so that they are in public domain.
Release Notes: The license has been changed to the wxWindows 3.1 license. Several new features have been added. Some of them are completely new packages such as wxProgressDialog, wxHtmlWindow, wxTextAttr, wxGLCanvas, wxPreviewFrame, wxPrintout, and wxWave. Many of the existing packages also export several new functions. The samples are improved, and the bug in samples (which while closing the window/quit was causing lisp to crash) has been resolved. There are also some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This releaes supports about 75% of the wxWidgets 2.4.2 functionality with almost 1500 member functions in 125 classes and 1200 constant definitions.