On Dec 8, 3:05 pm, Daniel Weinreb <d...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> There are ten currently-maintained implementation of Common Lisp.
> What are they, and what are they like? What do they cost, are they
> open-source, and where do you get them? What platforms do they run on?
> Where did they come from? What platforms do they run on? Do they
> support threads, streams, CLIM, the CLOS MOP, and/or profiling?
> Answers to these questions and more can be found in my survey, at
> There's also a glossary of terms, a table of some major Common Lisp
> libraries showing which implementations are supported, a long list of
> papers about Common Lisp, some success stories of Common Lisp
> applications, a list of Common Lisp textbooks that are available
> online, and an extensive list of Common Lisp resources, all with
> -- Dan Weinreb
Yesterdau I wrote about choosing the right lisp implementation
though I was giving only a broad advice.
I will post an update including a link to your survey .