Lisps are fun

I think this paper is a really nice blast from the past.

L is a subset of Common Lisp with multi-processing extensions. It is ideal for use in embedded systems with small computers. The system has a minimal memory footprint and can run on small processors.

Too bad it doesn't seem to be available online anywhere. Might any LtU user have the social network to find it / obtain it / write an eulogy about it?

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It's one of those Holy Grail things

… people have been looking for it for years. Whatever's left of it is probably owned by iRobot nowadays.