picolisp source package in Ubuntu


picolisp ( unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
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picolisp_3.0.8.10.orig.tar.gz 795.6 KiB 273ceca0bf728c7168926bc2259e7e80bc73a697aa1e91cee4fe7a6e5432d642
picolisp_3.0.8.10-1.debian.tar.gz 8.5 KiB fc6a62d20b5d3252b54d568091e9366e399e79dfb356aa1fd8eac67f05324a93
picolisp_3.0.8.10-1.dsc 2.0 KiB 89bd13fc04440e086e0cdf8634628143250ba24b96abd956bd39d5ac9d33c3da

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picolisp: Lisp interpreter and application server framework

 Pico Lisp can be viewed from two different aspects: As a general
 purpose programming language, and a dedicated application server
 As a programming language, Pico Lisp provides a 1-to-1 mapping of a
 clean and powerful Lisp derivate, to a simple and efficient virtual
 machine. It supports persistent objects as a first class data type,
 resulting in a database system of Entity/Relation classes and a
 Prolog-like query language tightly integrated into the system.
 As an application server framework, Pico Lisp provides for database
 management (including multi-user synchronization, DB garbage collection
 journalling and replication), web interface integrated (and generated
 from) the application data model, and an application server.