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CLISP for Windows95?
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- Subject: CLISP for Windows95?
- From: John Levine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 24 Jun 1997 11:43:20 +0100
- Organisation: Dept. of Artificial Intelligence, Univ. of Edinburgh.
I am currently using a DOS-based version of CLISP as part of an bigger
system which runs under Windows 95. The code for this system is written
in C++, CLIPS (sic) and Common Lisp.
We have managed to get a full integration of the CLIPS by compiling the
code under Windows95 to produce a DLL.
At the moment, the link to CLISP is very primitive, and involves invoking
the CLISP as a DOS command with the RSX extender. This can cause problems
on machines with insufficent memory.
I wondered if there is now a version of CLISP which will run and compile
standalone (without extenders, Unix stuff, etc) under Windows 95?
Dr John Levine,
Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute,
University of Edinburgh.