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[Gcl-devel] Re: gcl job

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: [Gcl-devel] Re: gcl job
Date: 02 Dec 2002 22:43:42 -0500

Greetings!  OK, you've been added as a GCL developer -- welcome

I think if you would like to help with ANSI compliance, that seems
like a good fit for you.  The current status can be seen by checking
out CVS, configuring with --enable-ansi, cd into ansi-tests, and 'echo
"(load \"gclload.lsp\")" | ../unixport/saved_ansi_gcl.'

We normally ask new users to consult briefly with the list before
their first few commits.  This is mainly an aid to make sure no one is
working at cross purposes.

Thanks for your interest in GCL!

Take care, 

Walt Read <address@hidden> writes:

> Camm:
>    I'm registered as "read". My experience is a bit ancient. I worked in
> Mike Dyer's AI lab at UCLA for several years in the 80's where our main
> language was T, a sort of object-based Scheme. I worked mostly in NLP and
> later neural modelling but my first project for Mike was overseeing and
> partly implementing TLOG, a Prolog in T. (Kinda cute. From the prompt the
> user could type in Prolog or T without knowing that the system was fully
> bilingual.) For an IJCAI 85 demo I added Shapiro's automated program
> debugging to it. Since then I've worked in a variety of Lisp and non-Lisp
> environments, including *Lisp for the CM-2 and kcl/akcl/gcl for my classes
> here. For the CM-2 I also managed the local code for the simulator, all in
> CL. I don't have a particular are of interest. I just felt the need to get
> back to doing at least a small technical thing again as life becomes more
> and more administrative/supervisory. And what's better than CL and GNU?
> Anyway, I'm happy to do what's needed, preferably nothing urgent because my
> time isn't completely my own these days. ANSI stuff would probably suit me.
>    Whaddya think? Got a place for me?
> -Walt
> PS: What's the relationship between gcl and GNU clisp? Clisp seems to be ANSI?
> Walter Read
> CSci Dept, CSU Fresno
> MS MF 109
> 2215 San Ramon
> Fresno, CA 93740
> Fax: 559 278 4197
> Phone: 559 278 4307

Camm Maguire                                            address@hidden
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