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- To: liz%brillig.umd.edu@MIT-MC.ARPA, common-lisp@SU-AI.ARPA
- Subject: Re: Standardization
- From: Soley@MIT-MC.ARPA
- Date: Tue, 25 Mar 86 13:58 EST
- In-reply-to: <8603242224.AA03479@brillig.umd.edu>
Subject: Re: Standardization
In-Reply-To: Your message of Fri, 21 Mar 1986 13:24 EST.
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 86 17:24:32 -0500
From: Liz Allen <email@example.com>
I once tried to port some code that ran fine under DEC Common Lisp
to LMI's Common Lisp and had *lots* of trouble -- in fact, I finally
had to give up. Now the system I was porting (Drew McDermott's
deductive retrieval system, DUCK) did some interesting things and
was probably pushing some things beyond their normal limits.
I have ported DUCK several times (actually, several times too many . . .),
and it could hardly be considered a candidate for most portable program
of the year.
Has anyone else tried porting common lisp code from one
implementation to another? If so, how did it go?
I have also ported several other medium-sized CL programs, between
Symbolics, TI, Gold Hill, NIL, and others, and have been fairly happy
with how it went.