ArmedBear / J

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ArmedBear (ABCL) is a Common Lisp written in Java. Its compiler produces JVM byte code, tapping into the 'write once, run everywhere' philosophy of Java. J is a text editor written in Java featuring e.g. syntax highlighting and automatic indenting.



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