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I am wondering if people on this list would
like to discuss Object-Oriented Schemes.
Three implementations come to mind at this time.
The oldest I know about is T. TI has put its
Object-Oriented system called SCOOPS in the public
domain, as is T. I have had no experience with
SCOOPS. Oaklisp adds to the T idea of first
class objects and operations, the idea of first
class types. I'm not sure what this contributes.
Are there any other implementations you would
like to discuss?
 Rees, J. & N. Adams IV, "T: a dialect of Lisp or,
Lambda: the ultimate software tool", 1982 Lisp and
Functional Programming, August 1982.
 Lang, K. & B. Pearlmutter, "Oaklisp: an
Object-Oriented Scheme with First Class Types",
OOPSLA '86, Sep-Oct 1986.