GP lisper <email@example.com> wrote:
| <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| > CMUCL, because it's solid [IME], has a good compiler, and its
| moi aussi
| > - Rebuilding is a bit tricky. [But I tend to run the "-RELEASE"
| > binaries without ever rebuilding.]
| The binaries always rebuild themselves. In a few minutes of user
| time, I have a CMUCL that matches any libs in my system
| (i.e. openmotif) and picks up a little something from the CFLAGS.
| I can count on all legacy code to work as well as in the prior years.
Oh, I can rebuild it (now that I know how); it's just sometimes
a bit tricky to build one version with another. [E.g., CMUCL-19e
wouldn't run on my laptop's old version of FreeBSD, so I had to
rebuild it using a CMUCL-19c that *did* run on the old version
| ..and it doesn't have a phoney 'Common Lisp' tag.
Can you explain what you mean by that? Its name *is*
"CMU Common Lisp" (CMUCL) after all, and it *does* claim
to be an ANSI CL:
cmu> (defun feature-grep (tag)
(remove (string tag) *features* :key #'string :test-not #'search))
cmu> (feature-grep 'lisp)
cmu> (feature-grep 'ansi)
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