newLISP for Linux 10.7.5 freeware
newLISP is a LISP-like scripting language that will help you in: programming for the internet, system administration, text processing, gluing other programs together, etc. newLISP is a scripting LISP for people who are fascinated by LISP's beauty and power of expression, but who need it stripped down to easy-to-learn essentials. newLISP is small on resources like disk space and memory but has a deep, practical API.
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|10.7.5||May 12, 2019||New Release|
|10.7.1||Mar 3, 2017||New Release||This stable release adds new functionality to existing functions, adds one new function and fixes bugs.
Additions and changes
The now function on MS Windows, reports the type of daylight savings used in the GMT offset field.
The new history functions reports the call history of a function.
The maximum length of a symbol has been extended to 1022 characters from 255.
When creating symbols with a hash functor an error message will be thrown on symbol strings longer 1022 characters.
The GMT offset field in the now function would report the wrong value when not in daylight savings time. This bug was introduced in 10.7.0 and did not exist before.
On some platforms file positions went out of sync when using search, seek and read-line.
mat with a scalar second argument was broken on 64-bit versions when the scalar parameter was not a float.
fixed a problem in --, ++ when passing a nil argument which was not content of a symbol.
|10.6.2||Jan 30, 2015||New Release||In json-parse the last element in JSON arrays may now have a trailing comma.
In arithmetic big integer operators: + - * / %, now more than two operands are allowed as in normal precision integer operations.
The gcd function now supports big integer operations.
On Windows format now supports UNIX format characters for 64-bit integers, i.e.: %lld %llu %llx %llX, additionally to: %I64d %I64u %I64x %I64X.
The pretty-print default float setting has been changed to "%1.15g".
On Linux and MacOS X 10.9+ the % format character can be followed by a single quote ' when using the format function. This causes thousand's separators to be inserted in decimal integer and floating point number formats, e.g.: (format "%'d" 12345) ;=> 12,345. Not working on all locale settings.