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Re: clisp is in section misc?
> * Dean Scarff <q_fpness=omTV/uXxqtEOQtwX7l7GHD@choyvp.tznar.bet> [2003-09-20 16:12:14 +0800]:
> On Fri, 19 Sep 2003 17:04:01 +0200, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> >> shells: can be your login shell (http://clisp.cons.org/clash.html)
> would mean that all interpreters with a system interface (perl,
> python, cint, et al) would fall into the shell category as well
Do people use perl as their login shell?
if yes, then you might be right.
there _are_ people who actually have CLISP as their login shell.
> Sorry, but devel and interpreters should be enough for clisp imho.
while the shell category is, indeed, dubious, math is not (IMO).
clisp does offer quite a few features which make it a superset of bc
(which _is_ in math).
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