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  1. MacLisp
    Sep 5, 2008 ... Maclisp is a dialect of Lisp developed at MIT in 1966. It added many features that
    we take for granted in Lisp today: functions with variable ...

  2. EmacsWiki: Common Lisp
    Nov 10, 2011 ... Lisp went forth and grew many many dialects: the most notable of these are
    AutoLisp, EmacsLisp, Interlisp, MacLisp, Scheme and Common ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Lisp Language
    Nov 10, 2011 ... MacLisp · MulticsEmacs · CommonLisp · CommonLispForEmacs ·
    EmacsCommonLisp · CommonLispEmacs · Scheme · SchemeAndLisp ...

  4. EmacsWiki: Local Functions
    Sep 5, 2008 ... Many Lisp dialects are Lisp2's, including MacLisp (Elisp's ancestor),
    CommonLisp, ISLISP, and EmacsLisp itself. In these dialects, variables ...

  5. EmacsWiki: 2011-10-25
    Oct 25, 2011 ... MacLisp was developed at MIT and would later directly influence CommonLisp,
    Scheme and EmacsLisp. McCarthy began the Stanford AI Lab ...

  6. EmacsWiki: Multics Emacs
    Sep 5, 2008 ... Multics Emacs was the first to have Lisp as an extension language. It was written
    in MacLisp. Sources here: ...

  7. EmacsWiki: Emacs Lisp
    Jul 5, 2014 ... Emacs Lisp, or Elisp (see EmacsLispLegalName), is a variant of MacLisp that
    much of Emacs is written in, as well as being the extension ...

  8. EmacsWiki: Zeta Lisp
    Sep 5, 2008 ... Originally it was called Lisp Machine Lisp, and it borrowed heavily from the
    earlier MacLisp dialect (as did EmacsLisp). ZetaLisp is the hosting ...

  9. EmacsWiki: Emacs History
    Apr 1, 2013 ... The editor was written in MacLisp, a dialect of the LISP programming language.
    User-supplied extensions were also written in Lisp. The choice ...

  10. EmacsWiki: Wish List
    Sep 22, 2013 ... The bulk of how they ported Macsyma from MacLisp to Common Lisp was by
    adding a slew of functions and macros to provide compatibility.



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