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vindarel / discover-yafolding
Created Nov 17, 2014
Discover yafolding commands
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;; Goal: have a magit-like menu to discover yafolding commands.
;; we use Mickey's version
;; We get a shorcut (M-f) which displays a list of actions associated with a hot key:
;; h will be for `yafolding-hide-element`, H to hide all, s to show the element, etc.
;; evil-mode users will need:
(evil-set-initial-state 'makey-key-mode 'emacs)
vindarel / debugging common lisp - slime
Last active Apr 21, 2017
Awesome example on Common Lisp's interactive debugger (Slime) advanced interactivity
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Awesome comment:

That's not an interpreter. A REPL is not the same as a Lisp interpreter. REPL means read eval print loop. EVAL can be implemented by a compiler or an interpreter. Common Lisp has both and mixed implementations with both compiler and interpreter.

A Lisp interpreter is executing Lisp code directly. Clojure does not have an Interpreter.

Clojure has no interpreter.
vindarel / get-lisp-dependencies.lisp
Created Mar 8, 2018 — forked from svetlyak40wt/get-lisp-dependencies.lisp
A helper to gather all lisp system's dependencies
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(ql:quickload :fset)
(defun get-dependencies (system)
"Returns a set with all dependencies of a given system.
System should be loaded first."
(labels ((normalize (name)
(etypecase name
(string (string-downcase name))
(symbol (normalize (symbol-name name)))
vindarel / ql-gitify.lisp
Created Apr 2, 2018 — forked from death/ql-gitify.lisp
Facilitate creating Git repositories for third-party Quicklisp projects.
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(defpackage #:snippets/ql-gitify
"Facilitate creating Git repositories for third-party Quicklisp
(:use #:cl)
(:import-from #:constantia #:out #:print-table)
(:import-from #:split-sequence #:split-sequence)
(:import-from #:alexandria #:starts-with-subseq #:hash-table-plist)
(:import-from #:ql #:qmerge)
vindarel /
Last active Aug 23, 2018

From E. Fukamachi's blog:

Enable reader macros throughout the project

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vindarel /
Created Nov 26, 2019
Notes on Common Lisp VS Clojure

Interactive development

I have semi-frequent occasion to work in Clojure, but Clojure lacks some features of Common Lisp that I consider important. The most important of these is that Common Lisp, like Smalltalk, but unlike most other languages, including Clojure, is designed from the ground up to support developing a program interactively while it runs. I want to see if I can have Clojure for those cases where it's the right tool, without losing the programming-as-teaching features of Common Lisp that I miss when working in other languages.

I know someone is probably going to object that Clojure, too, is designed to support interactive development; my answer is: no, it isn't. Not in the sense I'm talking about.

As an example of what I mean, consider the standard Common Lisp generic function UPDATE-INSTANCE-FOR-REDEFINED-CLASS. This function is part of a standard protocol in Common Lisp that enables your program to automatically update existing instances of previously-defined classes to properly confor


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vindarel / OCaml sucks.html
Last active Feb 12, 2020
OCaml sucks (and some comparison to Lisp)
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