We are pleased to announce a new #ecl release ECL 21.2.1, grab it while it's fresh :-)
bottom-right picture presents a transformed ink (rotated in this case) - that uses a possibly hardware-accelerated function xlib:render-set-picture-transform.
We are testing for the next #ecl release: https://gitlab.com/embeddable-common-lisp/ecl/-/issues/621 -- please chip in if you have resources to do so :) #lisp
You are right, but only if you take that the translated code is the product. In my case it is a by-product of thinking about code, such pseudocode is meant to reflect on my _understanding_ of the code, not the code itself.
To use a somewhat disconnected example - writing a text (say, for a blog post) makes you think about things you write about, without making mental shortcuts (which sometimes happen to be fatal flaws in the reasoning).
Re-reading what you wrote provides additional insight.
humble me ;-)
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