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Free Windows LISP implementation

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Submitted on: 6/11/2002 6:18:58 PM
By: Ian Ippolito (RAC)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility:Common Lisp

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     Common Lisp has long been the standard for complex application development. Xanalys produces a personal Edition of LISP (in addition to their many fine commercial implementations). This free, full Common Lisp implementation comes with integrated development environment for MS Windows. Now with more generous heap size limit in version 4.2! http://www.xanalys.com/software_tools/downloads/index.html#personal-edition

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System Requirements

  • Red Hat Linux 5 or 6, Windows 95/98/ME, NT4.0 or Windows 2000 (we cannot guarantee support for Windows emulators at this time)
  • 486 DX (Pentium recommended)
  • 32 MB RAM (64 MB RAM recommended)
  • 20 MB hard disk space for installing the image and libraries
  • 36 MB more disk space for the documentation (optional)

Personal Edition Limitations

Please note that the LispWorks Personal Edition, distributed free of charge, has the following intentional limitations:

  • There is a heap size limit which, if exceeded, causes the image to exit. A warning is provided when the limit is approached.
  • There is a time limit of 5 hours for each session, after which the image is exited. You are warned after 4 hours of use.
  • The functions save-image, deliver, and load-all-patches are not available.
  • Initialization files are not loaded.
  • Layered product loading is not included i.e. CLIM, KnowledgeWorks, SQL/ODBC, and CORBA are not available.

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6/13/2002 9:01:13 AM:Jeremiah Daniels
Hey Ian, the zip file was empty.
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8/8/2002 3:48:24 PM:tHe_cLeanER
Heh, thanks for the notification... oh and i love the photo :D (You look as if you are advertising something! Badly color-coded PCs for example...)
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8/8/2002 3:59:05 PM:Ian Ippolito (psc)
Hey, that's my flat screen LCD monitor you're making fun of! I LOVE that monitor! ;) Ian
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