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lisp -> C converter...
The Lisp -> C converter I alluded to is Austin Kyoto
Common Lisp. It operates by converting Lisp into
an intermediate C form. Then it runs the unix C compiler
on that and loads the result back in for execution.
Not a complete solution, because the C code depends on
the presence of the Lisp runtime package, but it's a start.
Bill -p.s. I saw a commercial translator advertized once, can't rmember name.