my original question:
> anybody knows about a recent version of a
> COMMON LISP derivative which compiles ok under
> either SUN cc 4.0x or gcc 2.7.2 _and_ runs
> under Solaris 2.5.1 ?
> Also a hint to find pre-compiled binaries is
firstname.lastname@example.org (Philip Plane):
The Gnu common lisp builds and runs with Solaris & gcc.
email@example.com (Lawson A S):
You could try Kyoto Common Lisp. It's a full lisp but no development environment
or anything so flashy.
Anthony.Worrall@reading.ac.uk (Anthony Worrall)
The Poplog environment comes with Common lisp (also prolog, ml, and pop11)
it runs on Soalris 2.5.1 and will link iwth SunPro and gcc compiled binaries.
See http://www.isl.co.uk and http://www.cvg.cs.reading.ac.uk/poplog/
I want to thank all who replied to my question!
But I had no luck with GNU or Kyoto Common LISP in combination with
SUN-cc 4.01 and/or GNU-gcc 2.7.2.
So I looked around once more and found a Common LISP derivative called
CMU Common LISP at
It also comes with precompiled binaries for SPARC under Solaris2.x
and SUN-OS4.1. The most recent version is 18a which also supports the
UltraSPARC platform (17f did not!). I tested it on a dual-proc SPARC-20
and on a E4000 and it runs ok.
Other binaries are available for MIPS/IRIX, x86/FreeBSD and ALPHA.
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