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Interesting Discussions on Lisp

Who would have thought that an online book about typography would contains an interesting article about Lisp? The Hacker News thread of the article is also a fascinating read, contains many illuminating discussions about Lisp and Racket. 27 more words

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LET-OVER-LAMBDA fixed for SBCL 1.2.2

Thanks go out to Orivej Desh—he pointed out what I overlooked, and the LET-OVER-LAMBDA package now works with full functionality restored in SBCL 1.2.2. I have preserved the… 53 more words

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LET-OVER-LAMBDA broken in SBCL 1.2.2

As expected, the Quicklisp distribution of LET-OVER-LAMBDA is broken by the changes to the backquote reader macro in SBCL 1.2.2; although I expect this change breaks a good portion of Paul Graham’s macro code examples from… 119 more words

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Hacking Lisp in the Cloud, Pt. 3

Today Cloud9 announced the release of their new IDE to all customers. They also released their new website. The hiccups in the beta were all pretty minor, and were resolved quickly after reporting the bugs. 683 more words

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SLIME for Emacs Live

Emacs Live is a frakkin’ epic compilation of customizations and packages, streamlined for the ultimate hacking experience. As I mentioned in my last post, Adventures in Clojure… 308 more words

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EMACS as programmer's IDE

Little bit of background

I am one of those believers of Sublime Text. With its various plugins it allows developers to integrate seamlessly software development workflow… 603 more words

Coding Environment

Hacking Lisp in the Cloud, Part 2

This morning I got access to the new Cloud9 IDE beta—and I have to say… WOW. It’s slicker, it’s faster, it’s more stable, auto-complete recognizes Lisp definition forms from your open workspace files such as… 480 more words

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