Portable common loops

(PCL) A language which started out as an implementation of CommonLoops and turned into a portable CLOS implementation. Version 1992-08-28. It runs under Lucid Common LISP 4.0.1 and CMU Common LISP 16e.
[Was it developed by Richard Harris rharris@ptolemy2.rdrc.rpi.edu?]


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