Lisp vs. Scheme
Mon, 23 Mar 1998 21:57:59 -0600
They key is, when will someone be able to say, hey I've got code that can
_do_ anything Genera or Allegro or "X" can do. Not, I've gotr schem X Y
or Z statically loading on some *nix kernel. Been there, done that, got
the ugly t-shirt...
(PS Scheme48 the last time around on this list, just in case you care.
Couldn't _do_ squat w/it either... )
Mike McDonald wrote:
> >From: "email@example.com" <cosc19z5@Bayou.UH.EDU>
> >Subject: Lisp vs. Scheme
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 19:58:50 -0600 (CST)
> >We're spinning our gears, and someone has already taken a step
> >towards making SchemeOS a reality. I think that just tipped
> >the scales in favor of Scheme :).
> What step? I hope you're refering to more than staticly linking some
> implementation of Scheme! The only step I've seen is to argue the same
> issues over and over.
> Mike McDonald