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  1. KentPitman - EmacsWiki
    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 ...

  2. EmacsWiki: Project Mac
    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 ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Scheme
    ... R5RS Scheme standard is about 50 pages, shorter than the index table of the
    CommonLisp specification (see KentPitman's posts for another opinion[1][2][3]).

  4. EmacsWiki: Common Lisp Hyperspec
    The Common Lisp Hyperspec is a HTML rendition of the ANSI CommonLisp
    specification, with the formatting markup made by KentPitman and Lispworks ...

  5. EmacsWiki: Zmacs
    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 ...

  6. EmacsWiki: Category Homepage
    ... KarlFogelmark, KarolyLorentey, KazuoYAGI, KellyFelkins, KelvinWhite,
    KenjiImakado, KenManheimer, KentPitman, KevinBuchs, KevinBurton,
    KevinRodgers, ...

  7. Index of /emacs/git - EmacsWiki
    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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