I lie. This roundup really only goes back a week at most.
But, Zach Beane is working on a list of the significant events of the Lisp world for 2004.
New QRIO sightings by Brian Mastenbrook.
Franz is offering a two-year non-commercial student license of ACL 7.0 enterprise edition for $99, and is planning on offering a 64 bit version of ACL 7.0 for OS X [via Rainer Joswig].
Bill Clementson uses AppleScript to get the LispWorks Personal Edition working with Slime.
And, finally, the big one: Edi Weitz announced RDNZL, which “enables Common Lisp applications to interact with .NET libraries”. It works with LispWorks and ACL in Windows.Posted by jjwiseman at December 21, 2004 12:14 AM