In the past a company called Ufasoft posted here advertizing a Common Lisp
implementation. There were a few small threads: people trying it and such.
Something awfully familiar about that > prompt.
In 2005 Robert Ulh posted his suspicion that it's using CLISP. Same
Now if you go to their page:
Licensed under GPL
Ufasoft Common Lisp is fork of GNU CLISP implementation.
Principal difference is that CLISP core implemented on C language. Ufasoft
You can't download anything to look at; you have to buy. I seriously doubt
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