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CLISP, Linux (NT?) and life?
- To: CLISP list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: CLISP, Linux (NT?) and life?
- From: Phil Perucci <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 27 Sep 1995 13:32:19 -0400 (EDT)
I recently switched (added actually) a Linux box, primarily to run CLISP.
Now I see a posting about about CLISP running on the Evil Empire's OS
(NT) - yes, I saw the older DOS binary too...
While I still run Windows95 on one box, I was just wondering about the
evolving "culture" and/or "philosophy" here. Will 1) CLISP development
continue (the sunsite.unc.edu binary is from summer of '94) and will 2)
Unix continue to be a "preferred" platform? I dumped my NT coding efforts
in Visual C++, thinking AI researchers still preferred Lisp and Unix.
Are even researchers and universities gravitating to the not-so-free
world of Microsoft?
Currently I use Patrick Henry Winston's books "Artificial Intelligence"
and "Lisp" for my fundamental approaches. Is there a more "hip" AI guru
Phil Perucci ......... firstname.lastname@example.org ........ Systems Integrator
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