Standard Lisp

Standard Lisp

A subset of Lisp 1.5 developed by A. Hearn primarily for implementing REDUCE. It was replaced by Portable Sandard LISP.

["Standard LISP Report", J. Marti et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(10):48-58 (Oct 1979)].
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In early 1981, the Defense Department (a funding source for much LISP work) put pressure on these designers to produce a standard LISP language so that programs written in that language would be portable across computer types.
The CL project had its origins in April 1981, when a few key LISP designers came together at a large professional meeting and agreed to collaborate in the development of a standard LISP language.
Over the past 30 years a variety of Lisp dialects have been developed, including MacLisp [22], ZetaLisp [36], Franz Lisp [10], Portable Standard Lisp [14] and InterLisp [34] to mention just a few.
One was conducted in the contxt of a lecture course in which half the students did homework exercises with LISPITS and the other half did the exercises in a standard LISP environment without the tutor.
Again, one group of students did the exercises with LISPITS while another group worked in a standard LISP environment.

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