April 03, 2006
Tagged “white men” and “lots of them”.
I think SBCL 0.9.11, from March 26, 2006, is the first offical release of a Common Lisp with native support for OS X on Intel (though the support is labeled “experimental”).
Posted by jjwiseman at April 03, 2006 03:58 PM
Probably yes, but ECL has been already built on OS X for Intel, without much fuss -- just a matter of finding a GNU MP library built by others (Darwinports) for OS X on Intel.
I think this really says a lot about the portability of this project: people can independently port ECL to their own machines even if the developers from the project do not have them. Although being the main developer of ECL I should probably shut my mouth :-)
That is my favorite picture of a computer cluster.
Heh, what Juanjo said :)
I was impressed to see that ECL pretty much just built cleanly.
i would love to see an amd mac system. i would like to know which maker actually has the better chip. wonder if it will ever happen...