Andrew Reilly <email@example.com> writes:
> On Thu, 03 Apr 2003 02:01:42 +1000, Franz Kafka wrote:
> > A GNU version of a program like Genera will allow a new group of Lisp
> > hackers to see why Lisp is such a good language.
> I clearly don't understand some subtle advantage of this Genera system. In
And one could hardly blame you, when you don't know what it is:
> what sense is it /different/ from emacs? Is it just the dialect of lisp
> involved that's at question?
> > We already have several applications that would run in such an
> > environment: Maxima, CL-HTTP, CLIM, and EMACS. just some examples!!!!!
> Emacs has numeric and symbolic math packages, at least one web browser. I
> don't know what CLIM is (a mailer? emacs has a couple of those), but
> there are examples of just about everything else.
CL-HTTP is not a browser, CLIM is not a mailer, and Google is your