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From: t...@PREP.AI.MIT.EDU (Leonard H. Tower Jr.)
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Subject: C Compiler seminar by Richard M. Stallman
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Date: Mon, 9-Mar-87 20:02:09 EST
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Not strictly about GNU Emacs, but I thought info-gnu-emacs readers would be
interested anyway.  -len

			Microwave Day Lecture
		     DATE:  Monday, 16 March 1987
			TIME:  Talk at 3:30 pm
	      PLACE: 7th floor Playroom, MIT Bldg. NE43,
		 545 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA
		A Mostly-Portable Optimizing Compiler
			 Richard M. Stallman
		       Free Software Foundation

    RMS, author of GNU Emacs, will explain the design of the free C
    Compiler he has just written for the GNU Project.

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