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XLISP: XLISP programming language

XLISP 2.0 is an experimental programming language written by David Betz combining some of the features of LISP with an object-oriented extension capability. Tom Almy extended XLISP to bring it into closer conformance with Common Lisp (version 2.1g*). Version 2.1g* was received direct from Tom Almy. Files include: ufg.arc Universal game playing functions for XLISP xmath.arc X-Lisp math functions to accompany X-Lisp

   Version 2.0 is available by anonymous ftp from [] or
   Version 2.1 is the same as XLISP 2.0, but modified to
   bring it closer to Common Lisp and with several bugs
   fixed. It can be obtained by anonymous ftp from            
   as the files and xlisp21e.tar.Z. The
   file comes with IBM/PC executables.
   A Macintosh port of version 2.1e (and the C source code
   to its interface) is also available, from Macintosh
   ftp sites such as
   A version of XLISP-PLUS 2.1g that includes an experimental
   byte code compiler is available by anonymous ftp from []
   as the file xlisp21gbc.tar.gz. Write to Luke Tierney
    for more information.

Version: 2.1g* (2-SEP-94); 2.1e3; 2.1g bc (bytecode version) Requires: C compiler Ports: IBM PC (MSDOS), Amiga (AmigaDOS), Atari ST (TOS), Apple Macintosh Copying: Use, copying, modification, and distribution permitted. Updated: Fri Sep 2 11:53:26 1994 CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Mailing List: comp.lang.lisp.x newsgroup Author(s): XLISP was written by David Michael Betz The CL version was written by Tom Almy The reference manual was written by Tim Mikkelsen. Contact: David Michael Betz 167 Villa Avenue #11 Los Gatos, CA 95032 H: 408-354-9303 W: 408-862-6325 Tom Almy Keywords: Authors!Betz, Interpreters!Lisp, Lisp!Amiga, Lisp!Atari, Lisp!IBM PC, Lisp!Implementations, Lisp!Macintosh, OOP!Lisp, Programming Languages!Lisp, XLISP References: ?
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