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Macintosh Common Lisp (MCL) is a version of Common Lisp for the Macintosh from Apple Computer. This is the reference implementation of Lisp for classic Mac OS.

Guillaume Cartier, of the Mathematics Department at UQAM, Canada, wrote some libraries for MCL.[1][2]

A Mac-centric Lisp that was produced around the same time is Pure Lisp.[3]

References[]

  1. Macintosh Common Lisp at the Free On-Line Dictionary Of Computing. 1992-11-30.
  2. ftp://cambridge.apple.com/pub/mcl2/contrib/
  3. Pure Versus Impure LISP by Nicholas Pippenger, The University of British Columbia. 1996.

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