Re: Very simple question -- CLOS for the GCL?
- From: Slobodan Blazeski <slobodan.blazeski@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2010 17:52:34 -0800 (PST)
On Feb 1, 12:05 am, "Antti \"Andy\" Ylikoski" <antti.yliko...@xxxxxx>
Slobodan Blazeski wrote:Try this http://tourdelisp.blogspot.com/2009/02/learning-common-lisp.html
On Jan 31, 4:22 pm, "Antti \"Andy\" Ylikoski" <antti.yliko...@xxxxxx>
The version of the GNU Common LISP that I'm currently using in my PC
does not have the Common LISP Object System.
Does there exist a version of the GCL that contains the CLOS, or has
somebody written a CLOS system for the GCL?
Antti YlikoskiIs there any specific advantage of using an GCL while there is a ton
Helsinki Univ of Tech
Helsinki, Finland, the EU
of an implementations both OSS and commercial ones that implement full
ANSI Common Lisp standard together with many other useful features?
Thank you for the information -- now could you mention here in the
newsgroup those -- a ton of -- full ANSI Common LISP implementations --
or maybe better, some interesting ones among them.
I'm not a LISP aficionado.
regards, Antti Ylikoski
Helsinki, Finland, the E.U.
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