Thu, 1 May 1997 05:51:58 +0200 (MET DST)
> [...] from gabriel's "Performance and evaluation of Lisp systems" [...]
> 'NIL (New Implementation of Lisp) was done at MIT for the Vax family of
> computers. Originally designed as the first modern Lisp dialect on stock
> hardware after the development of Lisp-machine Lisp at MIT, it went on to
> become one of the main influences on the design of Common Lisp'
> appropriating this seems rather lame. . .
Indeed. So bad. Let's forget it, then.
> and why all the fuss about names?
> we need code.
You're right. Sorry. And it was I saying that a few hours ago!
Time to go to bed, I guess --