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Re: Looking for MACLSP compatibility

In message Greg Sharp writes:
> There was a version of lisp in the early seventies called MACLSP - anyone 
> heard of it?  What current flavor of Lisp comes closest to it (has statements 
> like "FEXPR" and  "declare")?
I believe the major dialects of lisp (before common lisp) were maclisp and 
interlisp (both in use in the early 80's).  One example of a lisp from the 
maclisp family was franz lisp (I don't know if it's available anymore, but 
perhaps Franz Inc. would be a logical place to try).  Perhaps there are some 
other lisp historians out there with other examples.