Ready Lisp
Ready Lisp 20090130
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Ready Lisp is complete Common Lisp environment for your Mac, packaging together all the current open source greats, like Aquamacs Emacs, SBCL Common Lisp, and the SLIME Lisp IDE. It's a single application bundle, so all you have to do is download and double-click, and you'll be running ANSI Common Lisp!
What's New
Version 20090130 fixes several minor bugs, especially with PowerPC support.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5, Intel Mac, PowerPC Mac.



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Tuishimi commented on 08 Dec 2007
No review... just commenting that I think it is great that people still port/support development environments like LISP (which in great part gave rise to the awesome languages such as ruby, io, python and others).

Thank you!
[Version 1.0.12-2]


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Brian-Kendig commented on 06 Dec 2007
Thuper! I'm tho glad thith ith out there!
[Version 1.0.12]


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Downloads:6,297
Version Downloads:3,846
Type:Development : Compilers
License:Free
Date:30 Jan 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Ready Lisp is complete Common Lisp environment for your Mac, packaging together all the current open source greats, like Aquamacs Emacs, SBCL Common Lisp, and the SLIME Lisp IDE. It's a single application bundle, so all you have to do is download and double-click, and you'll be running ANSI Common Lisp!


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