compiled open source Windows lisp (was Re: Python becoming less Lisp-like)
Brandon J. Van Every
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Tue Mar 15 21:25:02 CET 2005
James Graves wrote:
> If you want to do application development, Common Lisp is where it's
> at, no doubt about it. There are more and better libraries for CL
> these days, and they are easier to install and manage with tools like
> ASDF. Multiple open-source implementations, covering the most popular
> platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac).
Last I looked, 2 years ago?, there were no compiled, open source lisps that
ran on Windows. Has this changed?
Brandon Van Every Seattle, WA
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- anonymous entrepreneur
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