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Genera 7.0, Spelling of

    Date: Thu, 23 Jul 87 18:47+0100
    From: "Juergen Christoffel" <unido!gmdzi!lispm-1!JC@seismo.css.gov>

    I've just trFrom r20.utexas.edu!CMP.SLUG  Mon Jul 27 15:53:28 1987
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From: David Kriegman <kriegs@whitney.stanford.edu>
To: slug@r20.utexas.edu
Subject: Maintaining Source Code
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Well, we've finally entered the modern era and are running Genera 7.1.
We've developed a lot of common lisp code which we'd still like to run under
Release 6.1 as well 7.1.  Since this code is still under devlopment,
we'd like to only maintain one set of sources and have it compile into
binaries for the two releases.  Is there any easy way to do this?

	-Dave Kriegman (kriegs@whitney.stanford.edu)