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    22Clozure CL is an [wiki:License open source] Common Lisp implementation that runs on
    33PowerPC hardware under Mac OS X and Linux, and on x86-64 hardware under Mac OS X, Linux,  and FreeBSD.
    4 A port to 32-bit x86 is progressing well;  a port to 64-bit Windows is also pretty far along.
     4A port to 32-bit x86 is progressing well;  a port to 64-bit Windows is also pretty far along.  There's also a
     5Solaris x86-64 port that is mostly working.
    56
    67Some distinguishing features of the implementation include:
     
    1718Archives of release candidate 1 of Clozure CL 1.2 are avalable via anonymous ftp at ftp://ftp.clozure.com/pub/release/1.2/.
    1819
    19 === Old Versions ===
    20 Snapshots of Clozure CL 1.1 are available via anonymous ftp at ftp://ftp.clozure.com/pub/testing/.
    21 The most recent snapshot release is from July 2007; there has been a lot of activity since then.
    22 Therefore, once you have the snapshot installed and running, you'll probably want to update from sources.
    23 See UpdatingFromSource (for CVS users) and UpdateFromSubversion for instructions on how to do that.
     20After installing CCL, read about [UpdatingFromSource getting updates and bug fixes].
    2421
    2522== Documentation ==
    2623The Clozure CL manual is available on the web at http://ccl.clozure.com/ccl-documentation.html or http://ccl.clozure.com/manual/.  As of Clozure CL 1.2, the !DocBook sources for the manual are included with the distribution.
    2724
    28 == Mailing Lists ==
    29 There are two CCL-related mailing lists hosted at clozure.com.  These lists are managed with GNU Mailman software, which provides a simple web-based interface for managing subscription options.
     25== Support ==
    3026
    31 * [http://clozure.com/mailman/listinfo/openmcl-devel openmcl-devel@clozure.com] is intended for general and technical discussion of Clozure CL. Archives of list messages are available [http://clozure.com/pipermail/openmcl-devel/ here].
     27=== Mailing Lists ===
     28There are two CCL-related mailing lists hosted at clozure.com.  Click on a list's link to subscribe or to view archived messages.
    3229
    33 * [http://clozure.com/mailman/listinfo/openmc openmcl-announce@clozure.com] is intended to be a low-volume list intended for release announcements. Archives are available [http://clozure.com/pipermail/openmcl-announce/ here].
     30   * [http://clozure.com/mailman/listinfo/openmcl-devel openmcl-devel@clozure.com] is for general and technical discussion of Clozure CL.
     31   * [http://clozure.com/mailman/listinfo/openmc openmcl-announce@clozure.com] is a low-volume list for release announcements.
    3432
    35 == Support and Consulting ==
     33=== IRC ===
     34Everyone interested in Clozure CL is welcome to participate in #ccl on irc.freenode.net.
     35
     36=== Paid Support ===
    3637[http://www.clozure.com/ Clozure Associates] provides commercial support and consulting services for Clozure CL as well as other Common Lisp implementations.  These services can range from helping you debug your software to adding extensions to CCL, to providing several full time Lisp programmers to help you build your application.  Please contact us at [mailto:business@clozure.com business@clozure.com] for more information.
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    4445    * [CommandLineInspect The Inspector] -- How to use CCL's Inspector.
    4546    * [BuildingLargeProjects Building Large Projects] -- How to construct software consisting of multiple Lisp source files.
    46     * [UpdatingFromSource Tracking CCL changes] -- How to do keep up with the latest changes.
     47    * [UpdatingFromSource Tracking CCL changes] -- How to keep up with the latest changes.
    4748    * [TrackingTheTrunk Tracking the development version] -- There are reasons why it's often called the "bleeding edge".
     49
     50==== Contributing to CCL ====
    4851    * [WriteAccess Committing your own changes into SVN] -- Let us know if you want write access to the SVN repository.
    4952
     
    6164    * [CclUnderGdb Running CCL Under GDB]
    6265    * [HeapUtilization Heap Utilization] -- Find out what kinds of objects are filling up your memory
    63     * [http://ccl.clozure.com/ccl-documentation.html More Clozure CL Documentation] -- Current CCL manual.
    64 
    6566
    6667==== Orient Yourself to Clozure CL Culture ====