Arc, at last

Arc, a long-awaited dialect of Lisp, is finally available to the public for testing. As the man says:

“Arc is still fluid and future releases are guaranteed to break all your code. In fact, it was mainly to aid the evolution of the language that we even released it.”

Graham has been influential in encouraging the curious to try out a lisp of one sort or another. Since I first read his articles about Common Lisp and began tracking the infuriatingly undocumented progress of Arc, several new lisps have appeared. Here is wealth, and may Arc enrichen us further.

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