Short: Common Lisp, release 1996-05-30
Requires: OS 2.04 or newer
Author: email@example.com, Joerg.Hoehle@gmd.de
This archive contains an Amiga version of CLISP as of 30th May 1996. Please
see the files README (general description, installation), clisp.man (command
line switches, tooltypes, explanation of files) and impnotes.txt
Tiny Library for GCC
This archive contains all the files necessary to make a small library that
contains just everything that CLISP needs from external link libraries. It
works with the GCC-BuRP and GCC-Wild ports, with GCC1 and GCC2. Modify the
supplied Makefile to add your include paths etc.
Using this library with GCC-Wild makes CLISP (and possibly your programs)
This is CLISP, a Common Lisp implementation.
What is LISP?
LISP is a programming language. It was invented by J. McCarthy in 1959.
There have been many dialects of it, but nowadays LISP has been standardized
and wide-spread due to the industrial standard COMMON LISP. There are
applications in the domains of symbolic knowledge processing (AI), numerical
mathematics (MACLISP yielded
ffcall - foreign function call libraries
This is a collection of three libraries which can be used
Installation on OS/2:
- Requires emx+gcc and a working shell (Bourne shell, Korn shell or GNU bash)
Installation on Win32 (WinNT, Win95):
- Requires MS Visual C/C++ 4.0 or 5.0.
- Cannot build in a s
avcall - calling C functions with variable arguments
This library allows arbitrary C functions to b
This directory contains a set of `config.cache' files for different platforms.
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