Spice Lisp is a programming language created in 1980. Spice Lisp is a Lisp dialect and its implementation originally written by CMU's Spice Lisp Group which targeted the microcode of the 16-bit PERQ workstation and its Accent operating system; it used that workstation's microcode abilities (it provided microcodes for Pascal, C, and Ada besides) to implement a stack architecture to store its data structures as 32-bit objects and to enable runtime type-checking. It would later be popular on other workstations. Spice Lisp evolved into CMUCL, a Common Lisp implementation.. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Spice Lisp wikipedia page
- Spice Lisp first appeared in 1980
- See also: pascal, c, ada, common-lisp
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Last updated February 18th, 2020