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Eclipse and lisp

Ohhhhkay

Eclipse is distributed as a compressed file with something incompatible with vindows pseudo-zip so grab 7zip and uncompress it in Program files. Then install the absolute latest java and if needed get the utility to scrub old grounds of java out of your system. Go to the clisp website and get the large economy size of clisp for win32.

I did get it working and tried an example lisp but it has to have been an ancient and decrepit example. I used several clisp examples and it's fine. I have the latest patched version of XP on the wheezer-tron 1000 and it could run it. It did have to chuckle to itself a bit with one of the larger demos..

Once you've gotten the clisp bit done you can make a desktop, start menu or quick menu icon for eclipse.

http://mmanoba.wordpress.com/2011/06/12/installing-lisp-and-prolog-plugins-for-eclipse/

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mrmeval
Oct. 13th, 2013 11:39 pm (UTC)
http://www.clisp.org/impnotes/quickstart.html

So far that was with windows. To get clisp compiled programs to run do
echo ":CLISP:E::fas::/usr/local/bin/clisp:" >> /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/register

Instructions seem to be wrong, use this and it should work for you.

":CLIS2:E::lisp::/usr/bin/clisp:" >> /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/register

I can't tell the difference between interpreted and compiled with hello world so YMMV.
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