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The Evolution of Lisp
Created by ties on: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 17:23:34 GMT, Last modification: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 17:23:34 GMT

A paper by Guy Steele jr. and Richard P. Gabriel describing the different lisp dialects between and including McCarthy's Lisp 1.5 from 1960 and Common Lisp of today. It shows in 109 pages how the design choices, the underlying hardware, the purpose of the dialects and the competition influenced each other over the years and it gives a nice insight in how Common Lisp became what it is.


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Missing link?

Ties, maybe you could submit this as a 'link to a web page' instead of 'an HTML text', because we don't have a pointer to the paper now.
Thanks, Arthur Lemmens.

Submitted by alemmens 4639 days 22 hours 27 min ago