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Any complete CL implementations??
- To: COMMON-LISP%SU-AI@SCORE
- Subject: Any complete CL implementations??
- From: Rem@IMSSS
- Date: Fri, 05 Apr 1985 16:24:00 -0000
At this time, has anybody completely 100% implemented Common LISP
on any machine at all? I mean every single function in the manual
without exception, every single feature in the manual (either as
documented in manual or as amended more recently for next edition)
for each such function, and every general capability such as all
datatypes and closures of lexical variabls etc. etc.?
If not, what is the best anybody has done to date? Would anybody with
at least 50% of Common LISP (by some reasonable way of measuring)
please send me a brief description of their implementation (CPU and
operating system, % of CL implemented, list of major capabilities
not implemented yet) for my curiosity?
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