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re: MCL Direction
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: re: MCL Direction
- From: email@example.com (John Lewis)
- Date: Thu, 2 Jan 92 10:18:20 EST
To throw in another brief opinion, mcl is just great. It definitely
stands up to lisp implementations available under unix (though I don't
know how it compares to the Lisp machine environment).
For macintosh application development, mcl is suitable for
rapid development of limited market/high end applications such as
cad,expert systems, etc. As pointed out in a previous message, the
Pagemaker/Excel (and even Word) type applications are gradually
adding macro languages and other features which lisp has builtin--
in a year or two the resource requirements of mcl will not be
out of line with those of a typical $500 mac application.
Once 2.0 final is released, I think apple should try to promote
mcl to more developers. The mac needs a quick development system
other than hypercard and the gui world needs alternatives to
c++ and visual basic.
nec research institute