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Re: Upgrading to MCL 2.0?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Upgrading to MCL 2.0?
- From: email@example.com (Chris Hanson)
- Date: Sat, 25 Dec 93 19:12:23 CDT
- References: <9312232000.AA22734@cambridge.apple.com>
In message <9312232000.AA22734@cambridge.apple.com>,
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Date: Sun, 19 Dec 93 10:00:59 EST
> >Subject: Upgrading to MCL 2.0?
> >I am considering upgrading from Allegro CL 1.2.2 to MCL 2.x. Before
> >deciding, I would like to know the difference between upgrading and
> >purchasing the complete package. Can someone tell me exactly what is
> >included in the upgrade package, and what additional material is included in
> >the complete package? I spoke to APDA, but received a vague answer. Also
> >can anyone tell me whether it is even feasible to upgrade from the pre-Apple
> >version 1.2.2?
> The upgrade from 1.x.x to 2.x is no longer available (and hasn't been for
> a number of years). There is currently an upgrade from 2.0 to 2.0.1
> available, but this wouldn't leave you with a complete documentation.
> So, you'll need to order the whole package.
> -Andrew Shalit
Then why does my new APDA catalog, which came about two days ago, list
'Macintosh Common Lisp v.2.0.1 Update (B0753LL/B, $200) with a note
> Macintosh Common Lisp 2.01 Update is available to customers who have
> previously purchased MCL v.1.3.2, **Macintosh Allegro Common Lisp**
> [emphasis added], or Coral Common Lisp. This update includes three
> Macintosh disks, a CD-ROM disc, and two manuals. It does not include
> _Common Lisp: The Language_. To update from 2.0 to 2.0.1, please
> contact APDA.
I would assume that this means he can upgrade for $200, and get
everything but CLtL (since the regular MCL 2.0.1 product has 3
floppies, 1 CD, and two manuals listed as its contents).
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