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PowerLisp

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PowerLisp_2_01_FAT.sit (1.20 MB)
MD5: 06cc30a1321f299e2e33769bbeef27f4
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PowerLisp_2_02_PPC_sea.hqx (2.66 MB)
MD5: 4f7fd6062bdb9c3c54272b820614af9b
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PowerLisp_2_0_User_Guide.pdf
Emulation
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, QEMU

Publisher's Description:

PowerLisp 2.02 includes CLOS support (conforming to the Metaobject Protocol documented in "The Art of the Metaobject Protocol"). PowerLisp is a Common Lisp development environment for the Macintosh. It consists of a Common Lisp interpreter, native-code PowerPC compiler, PowerPC macro assembler, disassembler, incremental linker and multi-window text editor. It requires a PowerMac (the older version 2.01 supports 68k Macs).

PowerLisp has the ability to run in the background. While executing a Common Lisp program, the user may switch to another application as it continues to run.

PowerLisp is extremely fast. All compiled PowerLisp functions execute as native machine instructions. The speed is comparable to other fully compiled languages.

Link One: PowerLisp 2.01 for 68k Macs
Link Two: PowerLisp 2.02 for PPC Macs

New In Version 2.02

PowerLisp 2.02 is being released with complete source code (the entire product, including editor, can be built from scratch) and is free for personal, non-commercial use.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

■ PowerLisp 2.01 is compatible with 68k and PPC Macs (FAT)
■ PowerLisp 2.02 is compatible with PPC Macs only
■ A minimum of 3 MB RAM | 5-6 MB or more is preferred
■ 68020 or greater 68k processor for version 2.01 | a PowerPC processor for both versions

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cbone's picture
by cbone - 2020, May 30 - 4:32am

Lol, couldn't let you get all the glory Wink kidding aside, it was a family effort; I figured I could at least help out by posting it. Smile

Jatoba's picture
by Jatoba - 2020, May 29 - 9:26pm

Good job on the page. Smile