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Re: Problems building PCL with AKCL 1-455 on HP-UX (long)
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- Subject: Re: Problems building PCL with AKCL 1-455 on HP-UX (long)
- From: Gregor J. Kiczales <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 12 Jun 90 15:49:29 PDT
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- In-reply-to: Gary Leavens's message of Tue, 12 Jun 90 16:48:32 CDT <9006122148.AA01305@bambam.cs.iastate.edu>
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Date: Tue, 12 Jun 90 16:48:32 CDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Gary Leavens)
I tried to tell the PCL implementors about this before
and never got any response.
This is a good opportunity for me to clarify something about the current
status of PCL development.
As I announced in a long message a couple of months ago, there isn't
anyone at PARC doing PCL development or maintenance anymore. At this
time, what we are doing here is maintaining a copy of the sources,
maintaining the mailing list, and coordinating modifications other
people may make to the sources. I will also try to answer as many
questions as I can about using PCL. But, I will not be handling bug
reports or feature requests. At this stage, that is being done by other
PCL users outside of PARC. Or, more appropriately, by the vendor
(distributor) of each of the Common Lisp implementations.
With regard to your specific problem, I had thought that Richard Harris
had sent mail about it, but I could be mistaken.