Re: [aima-talk] Compiler for Source
- Will, thanks for the reply.Through another correspondence today, you are right on.I had started out this whole thing by downloading Allegro adnkind of freaked when I saw the file size ( 22 megs).Turns out this is the norm.Easiest way to proceed for me is to use common lisp.Jerald Weinstein CT(ASCP)----- Original Message -----From: Will DeakinSent: Friday, September 20, 2002 9:33 PMSubject: Re: [aima-talk] Compiler for Source--- wein3150 a scritto:
> Can anyone tell me if MIT Scheme 7.5 for W98 should
> work okay with the lisp source code form the text?
No. Although similar, common lisp and scheme are
sufficiently different such that the code in the book
will not -- in general -- work with scheme.
Two approaches now seem obvious (to me at least),
either port the code to scheme or obtain a common lisp
compiler. Dependant on your personal bias, skills and
experience one should now be apparent.
If it were *me* I would start out by looking at one of
free common lisp compilers which, I *think*, run under
W98. For example, the excellent clisp or corman lisp
spring to mind. Or trial editions of the excellent
xanalys lispworks or franz allegro common lisp.
Hope this helps,
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