[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
- To: mike@rand-unix
- Subject: Franz Documentation
- From: CSVAX.jkf at Berkeley
- Date: Tue, 18 Nov 80 21:58:13 GMT
- Cc: franz-friends@mit-mc
- Original-date: 18 Nov 1980 13:58:13-PST
I agree that the documentation in the 3bsd package was much too brief. You
will find that the 4bsd manual is much more complete (all references to chapter
X.Y have been removed). The 4bsd tapes are going out once the documentation
gets back from the printers (any day now) and when you get the latest Franz
manual, please let me know what needs to be added/corrected.
I think that Winston's book has a good introduction to lisp. After you get
the basic idea and you want to see some Franz code, look in the lisp coded
function packages (such as /usr/lib/lisp/auxfns0.l and /usr/lib/lisp/trace.l),
the lisp top level (/usr/lib/lisp/toplevel.l) or the lisp compiler.