Embeddable Common Lisp is an implementation of Common-Lisp originally designed for being embeddable into C based applications. This document describes the Embeddable Common Lisp implementation and how it differs from [see ANSI] and [see Steele:84]. Developer's guide and User's guide for the details about the implementation and how to interface with other languages.
|• Introduction||What Embeddable Common Lisp is|
|• User's guide||Guide for the programmers using ECL|
|• Standards||Deviations and clarifications of the standard|
|• Extensions||ECL-specific features and extensions|
|• Developer's guide||Guide for the ECL developers|
|• Indexes||Concepts, functions, variables, types and C/C++|
|• Bibliography||Some interesting books.|