CMUCL User’s Manual version December 2018, 21d.
Robert A. MacLachlan, Editor
CMUCL is a free, high-performance implementation of the Common Lisp programming language, which runs on most major Unix platforms. It mainly conforms to the ANSI Common Lisp Standard. CMUCL features a sophisticated native-code compiler, a foreign function interface, a graphical source-level debugger, an interface to the X11 Window System, and an Emacs-like editor.
Keywords: lisp, Common Lisp, manual, compiler, programming language implementation, programming environment
This manual is based on CMU Technical Report CMU-CS-92-161, edited by Robert A. MacLachlan, dated July 1992.
|• Design Choices and Extensions|
|• The Debugger|
|• The Compiler|
|• Advanced Compiler Use and Efficiency Hints|
|• UNIX Interface|
|• Event Dispatching with SERVE-EVENT|
|• Alien Objects|
|• Interprocess Communication under LISP|
|• Networking Support|
|• Debugger Programmer's Interface|
|• Cross-Referencing Facility|
|• Function Index|
|• Variable Index|
|• Type Index|
|• Concept Index|