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Sep 5, 2008 ... Kent Pitman is a long-time Lisp hacker. As Project Editor, he prepared the actual
text document that became ANSI CommonLisp; later he wrote ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... “Project MAC” was a project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
started in the 1970s. KentPitman says “The acronym MAC stood ...
... R5RS Scheme standard is about 50 pages, shorter than the index table of the
CommonLisp specification (see KentPitman's posts for another opinion).
The Common Lisp Hyperspec is a HTML rendition of the ANSI CommonLisp
specification, with the formatting markup made by KentPitman and Lispworks ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... Zmacs is an Emacs for MIT-derived Lisp machines. Initially it was called ZWEI
and was written in ZetaLisp. Later, KentPitman ported it to ...
... KarlFogelmark, KarolyLorentey, KazuoYAGI, KellyFelkins, KelvinWhite,
KenjiImakado, KenManheimer, KentPitman, KevinBuchs, KevinBurton,
KentPitman, 15-Oct-2014 02:16, 307. [ ], KenyonRalph, 15-Oct-2014 02:16, 127. [
], KevinBuchs, 15-Oct-2014 02:16, 69K. [ ], KevinBurton, 15-Oct-2014 02:16 ...
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