0.9.0.0 / September 1, 2007
|Platform||.NET and Mono|
|Type||Lisp Programming Language Compiler|
|License||Microsoft Permissive License|
IronLisp was an implementation of the Lisp programming language targeting the Microsoft .NET framework. It was announced by Xacc.ide on July 23, 2007. It was superseded by IronScheme November 5, 2007 while still in beta. No further development will take place on IronLisp.
IronLisp Beta versions have been released under the Microsoft Public License.
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