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1 jsp 1.1 \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
2     @comment %**start of header (This is for running Texinfo on a region.)
3     @setfilename slisp
4     @settitle Programmer Docs for Slisp
5     @setchapternewpage odd
6     @comment %**end of header (This is for running Texinfo on a region.)
8     @c Generate a single index.
9     @synindex cp fn
10     @syncodeindex vr fn
11     @syncodeindex ky fn
12     @syncodeindex pg fn
13     @syncodeindex tp fn
15     @ifinfo
16     This file documents slisp, (skandha-lisp), an extendable xlisp.
17     @end ifinfo
19     @titlepage
20     @sp 10
21     @center @titlefont{Slisp}
22     @sp 2
23     @center An extendable xlisp
24     @sp 2
25     @center Jeff Prothero (jsp@@glia.biostr.washington.edu) and
26     @center Jim Brinkley
28     @comment The following two commands start the copyright page.
29     @page
30     @vskip 0pt plus 1filll
31     Copyright @@copyright 1994
32     University of Washington Digital Anatomist Program
33     by Jeff Prothero (jsp@@biostr.washington.edu) and Jim Brinkley
34     See slisp/SLISPCOPYING for details
36     @end titlepage
39     @node Top, , (dir), (dir)
41     @center Slisp Programmer's Online Documentation
42     Slisp (skandha lisp) is based on Xlisp, by David Betz. It consists of basic xlisp, together with an organization that makes it relatively easy to add new C functions to xlisp, which then become part of the primitive lisp functions. This manual documents slisp, as well as xlisp itself. Applications, such as skandha4, which are built on slisp, are documented in their own separate nodes in the info tree, thereby allowing different applications to be included at different sites. An overview of the chapters is provided in the Introduction.
44     The particular slisp application(s) available at your site depends on the modules that are included, but all applications will include the primitive functions documented here. Additional primitive functions provided in an application will be documented at the info node describing that application.
46     Normally, to run an slisp application just type the name of the application at the shell prompt. If it is present the basic slisp application is called sl.
48     Modified for generic slisp, by Jim Brinkley, from skandha4 documentation by Jeff Prothero
49     @menu
50     * Introduction::
51     * Slisp Tutorial::
52     @end menu
54     @include intro.texi
55     @include slisptut.texi
56     @c @include index.texi
58     @c Tables of contents
59     @summarycontents
60     @contents
62     @bye

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