I have an updated version of the [mxj maxlispj] LISP interpreter object
available for download for those who want to do some serious Processing
of Lists (Hey! LISt Processing! Wow!):
This relatively complete implementation of Common Lisp uses the "abcl"
(current version, 0.23.0) java-based interpreter authored by Peter Graves
as a base. LISP is a wonderfully elegant language for having all kinds
of algorithmic fun.
The current version is a more complete implementation of Common
Lisp with improved error-handling. This version is for OSX 10.5/6,
Max5. It may run on Windows 7; I’ll be updating it direcly soon.
Full source for both the "abcl" java classes and the [maxlispj] java
classes is also available at the website above.
I hope you enjoy this and can find it useful. Happy 2011!
Columbia University Computer Music Center
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