a command monitor in order to access applications and the facilities of the operating system. The Lisp Environment, consisting of all the function and data objects in virtual memory. Activities are just collections of functions and data.
can change anything that is part of Genera Ways to use and change Genera: * Use what's there * Use what's almost there (through hooks) * Extend through inheritance/polymorphism * Replace what's there Replacing part of the open system is usually done by bypassing the original
tools * Reusability permits to start a new project from a much higher base * Open architecture allows to explore an idea as far as your own creativity takes you rather than as far as the Genera developers will let you go
of Lisp Machines http://www.loper-os.org/?p=932 * A few things I know about LISP Machines http://fare.tunes.org/LispM.html * LoperOS on Lisp Machines http://www.loper-os.org/?cat=10 * Ergonomics of the Symbolics Lisp Machine - Reflections on the Developer Productivity http://lispm.de/symbolics-lisp-machine-ergo nomics