Fallback Index of www.cons.org
The CMU implementation of Common Lisp (CMUCL).
ILISP, an emacs package to form an interactive environment with an
underlying Common such, such as - you guessed it - CMUCL, but with all
other general-purpose Common Lisp implementations as well.
The BSD User Group Hamburg
McClim, a free implmentation of CLIM once lived on cons.org. See
the link above for new contact information.
Pages related to the CLISP implementation of Common Lisp.
The cons.org FAQ
- Why the name cons.org ?
(cons ...) is a fundamental function in my favorite
programming language Lisp, meaning
"construction" (of a list or pair). Additionally, I like the meaning
of the word "cons tructive", as opposed to "destructive" (you
know everything's too late when I more the website to "dest.org" :-)
I also have a valid interest in "cons traint programming" (Web
pages to come). And remember, you should avoid consing at all cost, so
why you are visiting this Web site anyway :-)?
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