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A minimal Common Lisp interpreter.
- To: MICHAEL%CS.COLUMBIA.EDU%u-tokyo.junet@CSNET-RELAY.ARPA
- Subject: A minimal Common Lisp interpreter.
- From: yuasa%kurims.kurims.kyoto-u.junet%utokyo-relay.csnet@CSNET-RELAY.ARPA
- Date: Fri, 11 Jul 86 20:48:02+0900
- Cc: common-lisp%su-ai.arpa%u-tokyo.junet@CSNET-RELAY.ARPA
This is the information from Kyoto Common Lisp.
KCL is an acronym of Kyoto Common Lisp, but it is also the name of
the full-set version of Kyoto Common Lisp. We also have a subset version
of KCL, called KCN. KCN differs from KCL in that it does not contain
the compiler nor the online documentations. In other respect, KCN is
same as KCL. Its size is 1.26 Mbytes, excluding the user heap but including
the system data. Many functions are written in Common Lisp, though it is
not clear how large is the total size of these functions. The size of KCN
is reduced about 5% on VAX.