ZETA -- Hacks to bootstrap the Lisp Machine system from Common Lisp
SBCL needs to be configured with Quicklisp, and ~/quicklisp/local-projects/zeta must point to the top-level zeta directory.
fossil open https://tumbleweed.nu/r/zeta --workdir zeta cd zeta ./m 98
Now you should hopefully have
usim' started with a System 98 cold
load band; at this point you can try and do(si:qld)' and wait for it
to crash. This is being addressed, if you wish to help please contact
ZETA Random scripts to start usim, build various cold load bands, and what not. Top level for ZL<->CL work. ZLUDGE Random support hacks.
ZL prefix is for ZetaLisp / Lisp Machine specific packages. Basically, a variant of the L directory but in Common Lisp with files name the same.
ZL GLOBAL Just a dummy system that exports all symbols from SYS2; GLOBAL LISP. Pulls in ZL-SYS. ZL-SYS SYSTEM Mainly DEFMAC, LMMAC, STRUCT, SETF. Pulls in rest of ZL-*. The hacked up readtable? ZL-SI SYSTEM-INTERNALS ZL-QFASL-REL QFASL-REL ZL-QC COMPILER ZL-CADR CADR Dummy; pulls in CADR-MICRO-ASSEMBLER and CADR-DEBUGGER ZL-CC CADR-DEBUGGER ZL-UA CADR-MICRO-ASSEMBLER