Randall R Schulz <rrschulz@...> wrote:
> Out of curiosity, does CLISP run on Windows CE?
Going off on a slight tangent, CLISP can be made to run on a Sharp
Zaurus (a recently-released color PDA running Linux). It's a very
tedious and manual process (configure can't be used as-is because a
cross-compiler is used), but it's possible. A different port of CLISP
was used to get maxima running on the Zaurus.
[ Well, technically, it should be possible to compile CLISP natively on
the Zaurus, using configure, but I've been too lazy to hunt down and
install all of the native tools necessary to do it (e.g., gcc). ]
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From: Bruno Haible <haible@il...> - 2002-05-18 00:36:54
> Now I read about another compile-method in the "gambit" docs and the
> compiler is Watcom C/C++.
Forget it. Don't waste your time on it. Watcom C is *crap*. There are
many compilers that are not as good as GCC. But none is as crappy as
Bruno Haible schrieb:
> > Now I read about another compile-method in the "gambit" docs and the
> > compiler is Watcom C/C++.
> Forget it. Don't waste your time on it. Watcom C is *crap*. There are
> many compilers that are not as good as GCC. But none is as crappy as
> Watcom C.
Compiling for me is like a white paper, means till now I do this exactly
3 times (one was msvs4 - did not work, 2 were small profan-tests with a
220k runtime module which worked).
(There (is) was also javac.exe - I used this often in 1999-2000 and
don't forget the compile-file while installing clisp) - (gcc for c vers.
2.6.3 is available (go32), is this good for work with for beginner like
me? On this CD there is also Fortran 77 vers. 95201 (f2c), but only I
overfly some readme's (and saw demacs *schauder*)) (oh, tclite, is it a
So you can think, what compilers are in my eyes. (big spanish cities).
But this is not the end of this story. I think it takes 3 or 5 years
till I know them (all). Meanwhile I study other lisp-dialects, this is
big subject of interest (for example I found apollo on the net, this
needs to be compiled. And I have now a P75 PC with sco-unix7 running, so
let me see... :) as there is the word: and now we come to something
completely different - learning does so good).