newLISP version 10.x.x for LINUX, FreeBSD, Mac OSX Solaris and Win32
newLISP(tm) is LISP like scripting language for general programming
artificial intelligence and statistics.
For more details about newLISP see the Users Manual and Reference in the
distribution file: 'doc/newlisp_manual.html'
Code contributions, bug fixes, reports and comments are welcome. New
versions are available at:
See the file doc/CHANGES in the source distribtion for changes over
previous versions or
New versions in development are available at:
Please contact me via email at: email@example.com.
Some of the information in this file is expanded in file newlisp-x.x.x/doc/INSTALL.
BUILD, CHECK and INSTALL
Normally the correct makefile_xxxxx will be picked automatically just typing:
to discover the current platform and make for Linux, MacOSX, FreeBSD, OpenBSD,
NetBSD, Solaris/SunOS and Win32 (MinGW on MSYS). Sometimes the makefile_xxxxx
must be specified explicitely, e.g. when compiling for the RaspberryPi runnning
a sub-flavor of Linux and cross-compiled on a desktop system:
make -f makefile_raspberrypi
Any other makefile_xxxxx can be picked the same way, but always read the
makefile_xxxxx first, sometimes it contains special instructions!
To test the compiled newlisp executable do:
or showing only success or failure:
From a user account if the sudo command and admin password is available:
sudo make install
If root permissions are not available:
home_install does not install the newLISP-GS Java based IDE, but installs
the supportig documentation.
see all flavors and platforms available for install:
will list all available platforms and flavors, newLISP can also be made as
a shared, dhynamic library: newlisp.so, newlisp.dylib or newlisp.dll
To discover the platform in an extra step do:
this discovers the platform and generates a makefile_build which
is used subsequently by make. As an alternative use:
this does a more elaborate analysys of options supported on a specific
platform and custom makes a makefile_build.
See the files doc/INSTALL, doc/LOCALIZATION and doc/FILES for more
Note that for a minumum install only the executable newlisp or newlisp.exe
in Win32 is necessary.
On Mac OS X or other UNIX copy newlisp to /usr/local/bin or /usr/bin or ~/bin
and give it executable permissions.
newLISP and Nuevatec are trademarks of Lutz Mueller. Files in the newLISP
distribution are protected by the "GNU General Public License Version 3, June 2007".
For the full text of this license see the accompanying file COPYING in the doc
directory, or the appendix in the file newlisp_manual.html. Documentation files
are protected by the "GNU Free Doumentation License Version 1.2, November 2002".
A copy of this license is also included in the file COPYING.
This and information about lcensing from other contributors to newLISP is
contained in the file COPYING in the source distribution.
MORE INFO AND CONTACT
See in the doc/ directory of the source distribution
last edit February 2013