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Kalypso: A portable Unix Lisp interpreter.

Kalypso is a compact, portable Lisp interpreter written entirely in C. It was written at Reed College by Keith Packard with the assistance of Bart Massey during the spring and summer of 1987. Examples include LOLA, an ll(1) parser generator; fish, a simple card game; and arbitrary precision factorial.
Version: 1.0 (15-AUG-89) Requires: C Copying: Copyright (c) 1988 by Keith R. Packard Use, copying, modification, and distribution permitted. (See file named "Copyright" for details.) CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Keith Packard Keywords: Authors!Packard, Kalypso, LOLA, Lisp!Kalypso, Lisp!Parsing, Programming Languages!Lisp References: A copy of troff sources for the user manual is included: Bart Massey and Keith Packard, "The Kalypso Reference Manual" January 1989.
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