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I think that with the trimmed-down list we now have, we can say "The
following manufacturers currently offer Common Lisp or have announced
plans to offer Common Lisp as a product: ..."
The point of my exchange with RPG was that it weakens the statement to
talk about manufacturers that are merely "looking for ways to get a
Common Lisp". That's a very long list that goes from companies that are
very serious about this, but have not yet gone public, to a bunch of
companies that are not all that serious.