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Franz licensed software

Franz: Allegro Common Lisp

The School of Computer Science maintains a site license for Allegro Common Lisp. Allegro CL is a dynamic object-oriented programming system designed to provide cross-platform portability. It enables you to build highly scalable, evolved systems for deployment on a wide range of Unix systems and Windows. Allegro CL has dynamic runtime behavior, including incremental compilation, automatic memory management, and macro expansion. Applications built in Allegro CL can include domain-specific extensions and are able to evolve and change while running, even without source code.

  • License holder: School of Computer Science.
  • Quantity licensed: Unlimited.
  • Available for: Linux, Solaris, Windows.
  • Who can install it: Faculty, staff, students.
  • Eligible equipment: University owned/leased and personally owned computers on campus/at home.
  • Type of license: Perpetual.
  • Cost to users: None.
  • Getting access to it: No special access is required.
  • How to get it: Download Windows version from \\Monolith\pc_dist or MyAndrew. Email help+@cs.cmu.edu to inquire about obtaining other versions.
  • License code required: Yes. The license codes are provided in text files that accompany the distribution.
  • Getting help using it: This application is volunteer maintained. You may email questions to help+@cs.cmu.edu.
  • Restrictions: Software can be used for academic, non-commercial purposes only.
  • Individual use rights available upon termination: None. All copies must be deleted upon termination of affiliation with the University.