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ECoLisp: Compiles Lisp into C

ECoLisp (ECL, Eco Common Lisp) is a Common Lisp implementation which compiles Lisp functions into C functions that use the C stack and standard procedure call conventions. This lets Lisp and C code be easily mixed. It is designed to be used as a C library from any C application. ECL also includes MTCL, a multithread facility, and CLOS. This is an alpha release. The sources are in ecl.tar.gz. The compiler requires that the file dcl.h be present under /usr/local/include/.
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   as the file ecl-??.tar.gz where ?? is the version number

Version: 0.12 (3-JUL-94); 0.11 (29-JUN-94); 0.10 (22-NOV-93) Ports: Sun workstations (SunOS 4.x), SGI (IRIX 4.x), and IBM PC (DOS/go32). Copying: GNU GPL v2. Copyright (c) 1990, 1991, 1993 Giuseppe Attardi. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Giuseppe Attardi or Dipartimento di Informatica Corso Italia 40 I-56125 Pisa, Italy Keywords: Authors!Attardi, ECL, ECoLisp, GNU GPL, Lisp to C, Lisp!IBM PC, Lisp!Implementations, Lisp!UNIX, Programming Languages!Lisp References: ?
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