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CLOS subset on KEE availablity
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- Subject: CLOS subset on KEE availablity
- From: egdorf%zaphod@LANL.GOV (Skip Egdorf)
- Date: Fri, 2 Nov 1990 10:41:33 PST
A few weeks ago, I said ...
As a stopgap, as an interesting excercise, as a bridge for those migrating
from KEE's O-O stuff to CLOS, and for several other reasons, I have a very
reasonable subset of CLOS that is implemented as a syntactic front-end to
KEE's unit creation and method invocation stuff. In principle, one writes
code with CLOS and the classes, instances, and generic functions are constructed
from KEE units and methods. I have used the system for a reasonable project
with enough success that I intend this to be my standard KEE programming
interface from this point on. A description of the package has been presented
at the small, but always interesting, AI in DOE conference. Either the paper
or the system are available to anyone who wants them.
Due to the response to my mention of the package, I am making it
available via anonymous ftp from zaphod.lanl.gov (18.104.22.168)
To retrieve the software and the paper,
% ftp zaphod.lanl.gov
220 zaphod FTP server (SunOS 4.0) ready.
Name (your-machine:your-name): anonymous
331 Guest login ok, send ident as password.
Password: your-name@your-machine (naturally, won't echo)
230 Guest login ok, access restrictions apply.
ftp> cd pub
250 CWD command successful.
200 Type set to I.
ftp> get clos-on-kee.tar
200 PORT command successful.
150 Binary data connection for clos-on-kee.tar (22.214.171.124,1083) (73728 bytes).
226 Binary Transfer complete.
local: clos-on-kee.tar remote: clos-on-kee.tar
73728 bytes received in .13 seconds (5.5e+02 Kbytes/s)
If you need individual files rather than a tar archive, or if you
just want the paper, you may
ftp> cd pub/clos-on-kee
and access the individual files.