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Design of CMU Common Lisp by Robert A. MacLachlan

Design of CMU Common Lisp
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This report documents internal details of the CMU Common Lisp compiler and run-time system. CMU Common Lisp is a public domain implementation of Common Lisp that runs on various Unix workstations. This document is a work in progress: neither the contents nor the presentation are completed. Nevertheless, it provides some useful background information, in particular regarding the CMUCL compiler.

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