Documentation for GNU Common Lisp, CVS snapshot
GNU Common Lisp (GCL) is a Common Lisp compiler and interpreter
implemented in C, and complying mostly with the standard set
forth in the book "Common Lisp, the Language I". It attempts
to strike a useful middle ground in performance and portability
from its design around C.
This package contains Documentation in info format of both the
system internals, as well as the graphical interface currently
implemented in Tcl/Tk.
Description of GCL (GNU Common Lisp) system.
The GCL system contains C and Lisp source files to build a Common Lisp
sytem. The original KCL system was written by Taiichi Yuasa and
Masami Hagiya in 1984. The AKCL system work was begun in 1987 by
William Schelter and continued through 1994. A number of people have
contributed ports and pieces. The file doc/contributors lists some of
xgcl is an interface from Gnu Common Lisp to the X library, Xlib.
This software provides a lightweight and fairy easy-to-use way to:
* Draw diagrams from Lisp
* Create interactive graphical interfaces
* Make the interactive Lisp interfaces available via the Web
Beginning with release 2.6.8, xgcl is built into the make of GCL.
There is a "raw" interface to the Xlib, and an "easy-to-use"
october 22, 1995
On my dec alpha-osf1 and irix 5 can i save an image with compiled functions?
These two systems use the o/fasldlsym.c module, which uses the system
call dl_open to do the loading of object files, from dynamic
libraries. While this provides fast loading of .o files into a
running image we do not know where those objects are located, or how
gclcvs (2.7.0-101) unstable; urgency=high
* Bug fix: "/usr/lib/common-lisp/bin/gclcvs.sh is way o
2002-01-25 Camm Maguire <email@example.com>
* /cvsroot/gcl/gcl/ChangeLog, /cvsroot/gcl/
This package was debianized by JP Sugarbroad <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 19:07:49 -0500.
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