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C00002 00002 MACLISP is the LISP which is used at MIT. It exists at SAIL
MACLISP is the LISP which is used at MIT. It exists at SAIL
under the name MACLSP. Its features briefly include:
Fast number compiler/assembler
Inter-lisp style editor
Fancy debugging aids
CGOL (MLISP-like reader by Vaughn Pratt)
[CGOL presently doesn't work here; not supported]
Local maintainance !!
For more information read:
or talk to RPG.
MACLISP has the BIBOP feature, please do HELP BIBOP for more details.
There are now 2 versions of the 1 segment MacLisp, which you oldtimers
will recall used to be the only kind available on tops-10. One is
1LISP.DMP[1,3](currently not supported, use PLISP). This version has the
logical high segment sitting above the low segment and core expands
upwards to 256k. BPS needs to be initially set, as in the 2 segment
version. The other is PLISP.DMP[1,3]. This one has the logical high
segment at the top of memory (at 256k - |high-segment|). This is a full
BIBOP MacLisp, so BPS can be left unspecified. Good Luck.
Major new features are in: