Macintosh Common Lisp
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Versions of MCL up to and including 5.1 are proprietary. Version 5.2 has been open sourced.
Features of MCL
MCL was famous for its integration with the Macintosh toolbox (later: Apple Carbon), which allowed direct access to most of the Mac OS functionality directly from Lisp. This was achieved with a low-level interface that allowed direct manipulation of native Mac OS data structures from Lisp, together with a high-level interface that was more convenient to use.
History of MCL
Development on MCL began in 1984.
Over its history, MCL has been known under different names:
Running on 68k-based Apple Macintosh Computers:
Running on PowerPC-based Apple Macintosh Computers:
It has also spawned at least one separately maintained fork: