Re: why is there not a lisp pc?
On Dec 29, 7:58*am, gavino <gavcom...@gmail.com> wrote:
> why is there not a lisp pc for under $300?
> with power of lisp could be quite grand..
There are several, but the setup is as follows:
* X86(-64) hardware
* Linux kernel + libpthread + libc (ASM/C)
* SBCL (Lisp)
* Emacs/Slime (ELisp)
It matters not that the kernel is written in C; it deals with the
boring, tedious crap. The important and interesting things (Lisp
libraries and development environment) are available in a "Lisp
fashion" or style anyway.