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"M. Kant work..."
- To: INFO-MCL@CAMBRIDGE.APPLE.COM
- Subject: "M. Kant work..."
- From: <@nrb.be@mcsun.EU.net>
- Date: Thu, 29 Aug 91 15:58:10 +0200
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 91 15:56+0100
From: Vincent Keunen <email@example.com>
Subject: "M. Kant work..."
Date: Wed, 28 Aug 91 10:01 EDT
I'm on the mailing list and read with interest your ref to a who-calls database,
metering system, compare sources..., all of which would be really useful for
Is this available? (I regularly read the mailing list, but am
unfamiliar with the contents of the public files in cambridge.apple.com, for exa
thanks V. much.
NIST, Gaithersburg, Md.
Here is a copy of a message that was posted on this list on the first of
August (this year!):
- - - - - - - forwarded message - - - - - - -
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1991 12:22 EDT
Yes, I've implemented a common lisp portable "who calls" database
which runs in MCL. See instructions below for obtaining the code. You
want the files xref*.lisp and also the documentation
XRef is similar to both the Symbolics Who Calls and the Xerox
Masterscope, and can operate in either a dynamic or static analysis
1.4. Obtaining the Utilities
The utilities are available by anonymous ftp from CMU:
- ftp to a.gp.cs.cmu.edu [126.96.36.199] or any other CMU CS machine.
- The directory /afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/mkant/Public/Lisp-Utilities/
contains the files.
[Note: The directory I found the files in was
- cd to this directory in one fell swoop. Do not try to cd or ls any
intermediate directories, since the CMU security mechanisms prevent
access to other directories from an anonymous ftp.
- Use ls to see what files are available. For users accessing the
directory via an anonymous ftp mail server, the file README contains
a current listing and description of the files in the directory. The
file UPDATES describes recent updates to the released versions of the
software in the directory. The file COPYING describes the general
license agreement and lack of warranty.
I really suggest you look into this; Mark is doing a very good job. He
also posted some text files that are pointers to other places that might
be of interest.