I have a script called `listener` to start SBCL with CLIM Listener, Swank waiting for Emacs connections and linedit interface wrapped for the console (I start it usually in tmux). #lisp
Santa Claus present for my mom ;-) #development
Presentation translators of the COMPLETION presentation type (equivalent of the Common Lisp type MEMBER).
Draft notes about presentation types:
I'll probably make a post about presentations soon.
(original in 2009, updated in 2019) The Cathedral and the Bizarre
Free as in 'Do as You're Told'
In many "OO" languages (...) the methods are owned by the class, and you cannot access a method without compiler promises that the object it will call that method with is of a class that owns that method. This is not object-orientation, it is just plain lunacy. -- Erik Naggum
I've made the second post about the terminal control
I've made the draft of conformally displaced arrays into a separate blog post: https://turtleware.eu/posts/Conformal-array-displacement.html
Draft of conformal displacement for arrays (part of a blog post)
I've just published a post about controlling the terminal with escape sequences: https://turtleware.eu/posts/Controlling-the-terminal.html #lisp #clim
Embeddable Common Lisp 20.4.24 release announcement: https://common-lisp.net/project/ecl/posts/ECL-20424-release.html
finally, after >3y of development :)
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I've seen in the past a presentation, which mentioned that KCL was to slow to use it as a programming language for a game, but they were transpiling #lisp to C and then manually modifying it. I don't remember which console of the past was that. Anyone could point me to it?
humble me ;-)
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