Land Of Lisp is out
Pascal J. Bourguignon
pjb at informatimago.com
Thu Oct 28 11:02:38 CEST 2010
Alain Ketterlin <alain at dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr> writes:
> Lawrence D'Oliveiro <ldo at geek-central.gen.new_zealand> writes:
>>>> Would it be right to say that the only Lisp still in common use is the
>>>> Elisp built into Emacs?
>>> There is a new version of Lisp called Clojure that runs on the Java
>>> Virtual Machine (JVM) that is on the upswing.
>> Now is not exactly a good time to build new systems crucially dependent on
>> the continuing good health of Java though, is it?
> Nonsense. See
Last time I remember a corporation having developed a nice software
(NeXTSTEP), Sun joined it to make an "OpenStep", and a few years alter
it was over, bought by Apple, and morphed into MacOSX, and none of my
NeXTSTEP (or even OpenStep) programs compile anymore on my computers.
In the meantime, I switched to Linux.
So now IBM and Oracle join to make an OpenJDK?
I bet Lawerence is right.
__Pascal Bourguignon__ http://www.informatimago.com/
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