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Re: Where is Emacs Lisp taught ?

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: Where is Emacs Lisp taught ?
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2018 21:28:09 +0100
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Stefan Monnier wrote:

>> We can certainly be grateful that he
>> followed the lead of *someone else* who first
>> pimped out the emacs of day with a lisp REPL.
>> ref:
> AFAIK this someone else followed the lead of
> those who implemented Multics Emacs.

Is there are place anywhere on the web where
the history of Emacs, and not just GNU Emacs,
is collected?

Like this book, only Emacs, not UNIX/Unix?

      title      = {A Quarter Century of UNIX},
      author     = {Peter Salus},
      publisher  = {Addison-Wesley},
      year       = 1994,
      ISBN       = 0201547775

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