Questions tagged [common-lisp]

Common Lisp, or ANSI Common Lisp, is a standardized version of the Lisp programming language intended for production-strength power and libraries.

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Which Common Lisp implementation to use? [closed]

There seems to be an immediate problem with starting to develop in Common Lisp: choosing an implementation. What should one take into account, and how much weight should it bear when considering a CL ...
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What is the difference between a stock-hardware and a micro-coded machine in “A Critique of Common Lisp”?

I was reading this article: A Critique of Common Lisp and finding it hard to make out the precise definition of "stock-hardware machine" and its difference with "micro-coded" machines. I tried to ...
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CLISP Common Lisp license - can it force my code to be released under GPL?

I came across this about CLISP: *"it all-but-forces your code to be released as GPL" here, when looking for a good Common Lisp implementation. How can a language force a license on your code? Is this ...