Christoph Michael Becker
Stefan said:The LISP 1.5 programmer's manual (1962) writes the language
thus: »LISP«. (I am not sure whether you refer to that
language LISP 1.5, or whether »Lisp 1.5« is something else.)
Indeed, I wanted to refer to LISP 1.5. Thanks for pointing out my mistake.
- Mozilla (Netscape) (trademark used by permission of
Oracle (Sun)), and
- Java SE 8 (trademark used by Oracle itself).
I am not aware of any other party that has the permission
As Thomas Lahn has already pointed out in this thread:
| Of the ECMAScript implementations that I would consider “major”, there
| as its open-source free-software successor (at least those parts that
| is just a Micro$~1 marketing scam; its real name is Microsoft JScript
| 9+ (codename “Chakra”), supported by MSHTML 9+.
I do not know if these parties have permission from Oracle to use the