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Is MCL portable? (was Re: What is MCL? (long msg))
- To: info-mcl
- Subject: Is MCL portable? (was Re: What is MCL? (long msg))
- From: email@example.com (Jacques Duthen)
- Date: 26 Jul 91 10:17:54 GMT
- Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp.mcl
- Organization: IRCAM, Paris (France)
- References: <680296033.5984111@AppleLink.Apple.COM>
- Sender: Jacques.Duthen
- Summary: CLtL II is not a standard
In article <680296033.5984111@AppleLink.Apple.COM> ALCABES@AppleLink.Apple.COM (Alcabes, Harvey) writes:
>Macintosh Common Lisp 2.0 is a full implementation of the current industry
>standard Common Lisp programming language, as defined in "Common Lisp: The
>Language, Second Edition," by Guy L. Steele, Jr.
I read some time ago (from someone of X3J13, Moon maybe?) that CLtL II
is not (yet) a standard. CLtL *is* the current standard.
So, was is going to happen to MCL 2.0 when a new standard comes (possibly
different from CLtL II) ?
PS: Anyway, MCL 2.0 is much better than ACL1.3