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A CLOS testing program and more...
- To: USERASMV%LNCC.BITNET%CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU%uunet.uucp@uunet.UU.NET
- Subject: A CLOS testing program and more...
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kenneth W. Rugg)
- Date: Mon, 17 Sep 1990 09:08:42 PDT
- Cc: CommonLoops.PARC@xerox.com
- In-reply-to: "Andre de Souza Mello Valente's message of Fri, 14 Sep 1990 15:41:42 PDT <20267@LNCC.BITNET>"
- Sender: krugg%odb.com%hawaii.uucp@uunet.UU.NET
> b) I am looking for an E-mail contact in Gold Hill, to discuss some
> aspects about a CLOS implementation in GCL. I am having trouble with
> some implemantation-specific aspects of GCL.
Unfortunately there isn't any email access to Gold Hill. I used to work
there so if you have specific questions I might be able to help a bit,
but it has been a while, almost a year, since I worked there so I may
be a bit rusty. I assume that you have their telephone number. If not
it's (617) 621-3300. I know it's sometimes better to have implementation
discussions via email though (easier to get the parens to match. :-)
I did work on the lisp implementation as well as the (very) quick and dirty
port of PCL to GCLisp, but as I said I am a bit rusty. I've been doing
mostly C with a little bit of SmallTalk and Lucid Lisp programming of
late. Anyway feel free to ask and I'll try to help. Also I know a few
other folks that might be helpful that I may be able to get in touch
with. We (the developers) always wanted to do a real object system,
but always had other deliverables to address. Anyway...
Best of Luck,
Ken Rugg, Object Databases email@example.com