This section provides information about the installation of LISP and associated
development software and utilities to run onto a Personal Computer (PC) under
Microsoft Windows 7 or higher.
Further on, this section outlines configuration aspects and the network interfacing
between Windows and a LISP development environment running on a Symbolics
machine and a Nokia N900 tablet.
In detail, the proposed LISP development environment for Windows OS platforms
consists of the following:
Common LISP implementation for Windows OS platforms
Another System Definition Facility for LISP software distribution
A GNU Emacs implementation for Windows OS platforms
An emacs mode for unifying Common LISP development
Maxima computer algebra system deriving from MIT Macsyma
Provided with XMaxima to generate 2- and 3-dimensional plots
OpenSSL SSL/TLS cryptography library for Windows OS platforms
Free Telnet and SSH implementation along with xterm emulator
Access X11 Apps on remote hosts through X-Win32 and Exceed
Allegro NFS Server for Windows OS platforms by Franz Inc.