Experience with CommonLoops

@inproceedings{Kempf1987ExperienceWC,
  title={Experience with CommonLoops},
  author={James Kempf and Warren Harris and Roy D'Souza and Alan Snyder},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1987}
}
CommonLoops is an object-oriented language embedded in Common Lisp. It is one of two such languages selected as starting points for the Common Lisp Object System (CLOS) which is currently being designed as a standard object-oriented extension to Common Lisp. This paper reports on experiences using the existing Portable CommonLoops (PCL) implementation of CommonLoops. The paper is divided into two parts: a report on the development of a window system application using the CommonLoops programming… CONTINUE READING

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