A lot of the traffic on this newsgroup centers around ANSI Common
Lisp, that is, interpreting the language specification, or how to go
about using the language. Would it be on-topic to ask questions about
how Common Lisp could be implemented? I'm currently looking into
writing a Lisp front-end to GCC, and I'm getting to the point where
I'd like to ask questions about How Things Are Done. If this isn't an
appropriate forum for such a discussion, can you suggest something
where talk of implementing a Lisp run-time and compiler from scratch
would be on-topic? (Perhaps comp.compilers is more appropriate, but I
think I'm looking for something more specific.)
(I believe it was Craig Burley who pointed out the fact that GCC
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