Pyramid Technology Corp, Mountain View, California, has added an implementation of Common Lisp for its Unix RISCs. PyrLisp consists of interpreter, compiler and debugger and runs under the dualPort OSx implementation of Unix System V plus Berkeley 4.2; unlike most implementations of Common Lisp, which require a dedicated workstation for development, PyrLisp enables the same CPU to be used for both development and delivery. PyrLisp is available now for $6,000; $3,000 to colleges.
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