Eclipse Common Lisp available on Windows (Announcement)

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Howard R. Stearns

Jun 4, 1998, 3:00:00 AM6/4/98

Eclipse Common Lisp 1.1 is now shipping, and is available for

Windows (tested on both Windows-NT and Windows-95)

At $500, Eclipse is a complete ANSI Common Lisp, made available to
programmers in two ways:

- A traditional Top Level Lisp Listener executable.
- A "C" library containing all ANSI functions and data types. The
functions use normal "C" naming and argument passing conventions.

In addition, the Eclipse compiler can be used to generate
human-readable "C" code which uses the library. The generated
functions and variables use normal "C" naming and argument passing

Complete applications can be written in "C" or translated from Lisp to
"C" using the Eclipse compiler. Object files are then produced using
a "C" compiler and linked to the Eclipse library to produce
stand-alone executables which can be run without the Top Level Lisp

One year's unlimited phone/email support, including automatic upgrades
to each new version, is available for an additional $50. Complete C
source code for the run time library, suitable for compiling on
additional platforms, is available for $5000.

More information, including product documentation, release notes,
etc., are available at

Howard R. Stearns, Eclipse product manager, Elwood Corporation.
voice: 414-764-7500
fax: 414-764-4298

Elwood Corporation is a diversified technology/manufacturing company
with businesses in the areas of software, industrial electronics,
control systems, and hydraulics.

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