Just to report on work in progress: I am currently working in my spare time on making sure that Closer to MOP works (again) with ABCL and ECL. ABCL is in relatively good shape, but still needs a couple of bugs fixed here and there. Rudi Schlatte is doing a fantastic job at responding to bug reports. I'm pretty sure the next release will have excellent Closer to MOP support. ECL's recent version came with several changes in its CLOS MOP implementation which broke a lot of things in Closer to MOP, so the current version of Closer to MOP doesn't work with ECL. I'm doing what I can to make sure Closer to MOP is back to speed again with ECL. However, I can only do this in my spare time, and will be busy moving in the next couple of weeks, so some delays are to be expected...
September 25, 2012
August 09, 2012
Arguments against call/cc
An excellent collection of good arguments against having call/cc in a programming language (such as Scheme), by the ever-inspiring Oleg Kiselyow: An argument against call/cc.
May 02, 2012
Common Lisp, the Untold Story
Nice article by Kent Pitman, mostly about his experiences with the Common Lisp standardization process: Common Lisp, the Untold Story.
100% programmed in Common Lisp, the artificial intelligence applications development language
A short article about an apparently successful digital livescan fingerprinting system.
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