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KCL ON A SILICON GRAPHICS IRIS
Posted-Date: Mon, 1 Feb 88 08:27:24 CST
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 88 08:27:24 CST
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Doug Barry)
Has anyone ported KCL to a Silicon Graphics Iris Machine?
My port to the Iris is available as part of Bill Schelter's skcl
skcl includes fast fasl (one or two seconds - doesn't use ld -A),
profiling, faster function calls, some better debugging support, and
other good stuff.
skcl.tar.Z is available on rascal.
I have also made it publically ftp-able on orville.nas.nas.gov [126.96.36.199].
If there is enough interest from people who aren't on the internet,
I'll create an up-to-date diff of my Iris port and post it.
GRAPHICS IN LISP!
In addition, I have used the kcl foreign function interface to create
lisp bindings for most of the Iris gl2 graphics library. You can get
a copy of this code by sending me a message (if I get enough requests,
I'll post it).
Both Bill Schelter's akcl (including my Iris port) and my kcl-gl2 code
seem at least as reliable as the vanilla kcl.
Eric Raible (email@example.com)