Jonathon McKitrick <eu.org> writes:
Depends on what you're doing. Other than clisp, the Common Lisp
implementations in ports are pretty much all derived from the same
origin (the CMU implementation), so you might as well just try them
and see what you like; the technical differences shouldn't be that
big. [That's ignoring the "embeddable" one, but I wouldn't recommend
that for learning.]
Or maybe you should consider Scheme... but that's another holy war.
What? You expected a direct answer from *me*? Silly boy.