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Re: OPS-5 in Common Lisp
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: OPS-5 in Common Lisp
- From: Jeff Dalton <jeff%aiva.edinburgh.ac.uk@Cs.Ucl.AC.UK>
- Date: Sat, 13 Sep 86 19:20:10 -0100
- Cc: email@example.com
For what it's worth, I ported OPS-5 from Franz to CL a while ago but
haven't been sending it around because I didn't know what restrictions
applied (there is a copyright notice at the beginning).
My port wasn't meant to be very efficient because I wanted to use
techniques that would apply to arbitrary Franz programs without
my understanding how they worked. So, for example, rather than
eliminate the fexprs, I had an automatic way to define them as a
combination of a macro and a function.
Anyway, I would also be interested in knowing whether I can redistribute
this, as there is some demand for it in the UK.
I have run some benchmarks using things like the monkey and banana problem,
but I would be interested in better tests if anyone has some.