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LILY: C++ Class Library for writing Lisp-style C++ code

Lily (LIsp LibrarY) is a C++ class library that lets C++ programmers write LISP-style code. Includes some example programs from Winston's Lisp book recoded in Lily. Most or all of chapters 17 (Symbolic Pattern Matching), 18 (Expert Problem Solving), and 23 (Lisp in Lisp) are implemented in the examples. This package is mainly useful in academia for instructors who wish to teach AI techniques in C++. The garbage collection mechanism is rather slow, making it unattractive for industrial use.
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   as lily-0.1.tar.gz

Version: 0.1 (November 1993) Requires: GNU G++ (2.4.5 or later) or Turbo C++ for Windows. Copying: GNU Library GPL v2 CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Mailing List: comp.lang.c++ Author(s): Roger Sheldon w: (301) 925-0629 h: (410) 381-9358 Keywords: Authors!Sheldon, C++!Code, C++!Lisp-Style Code, GNU GPL, LILY, Lisp!Implementations, Lispish C/C++, Programming Languages!Lisp References: ?
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