[LMH]Re: [LispM-Hackers] Latex
Wed Apr 24 10:44:00 2002
Tim Moore wrote:
> > When there was hope that enough of the MacLisp-based bootstrapping stuff
> > (cross-developed from ITS, or so I recall) could be obtained to
> > rebootstrap the process, I had even gone so far as to track down an
> > ancient UNIX (early BSD) version of Franz Lisp to try and port the stuff
> > to. Alas, the sources seemed to me to be too incomplete for this to
> > work.
> FWIW, you can now run ITS, and MacLisp, on the klh10 simulator. I didn't
> know what to do with it other than type in factorial at the command line,
> but it does appear to work.
Cross-developing an emulator for one machine upon an emulator for
another machine is just too delicious. What enormous potential hack
value. Talk about *bootstrapping*. Everything else would seem
Seriously, though, do we have a complete CADR/CONS set of sources?
Including the genasys (or whatever) stuff? Can anybody more
perspicacious than I am tell if this is so? This would certainly occupy
a very different (with respect to IP) point in solution space.
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