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From: Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa@cs...> - 2000-06-19 14:10:03
Apoligies if you see this message too many times.
this is the first public release of the CL-ENVIROMENT package version
The package is available as a "File Module" in the CLOCC project at
You should be able to download it from the directory
Here is the README file
This package contains a set of definitions whose intent is to
facilitate the management of system dependencies.
In particular, many little bits and pieces of information, which are
usually represented as strings or features in a Common Lisp
implementation, are now represented as (singleton) class instances.
The idea being that now it should be "easier" to write more portable
code, by using a standardized interface.
The inspiration for this work is in the Sonya Keene's book on CLOS.
The system has been tested on
Allegro CL Lite 5.01 Windows
Lispworks Personal Edition 4.1 Windows
Please see the files INSTALLATION and COPYRIGHT for more information.
The package is currently released under the LGPL and all the files
should be considered to include such Copyright notice.
2000-06-19 Marco Antoniotti
One is glad to be of help.
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