On Sat, 8 Sep 2012 06:00:30 +0000 (UTC), no.top.p...@gmail.com wrote:It's not about high-flying acrobatics ... mostly it's about JIT
>In article <pan.2012.09.07.04.04.34.219...@nowhere.com>, Nobody <nob...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>> The code-is-data aspect of Lisp is an advantage for writing
>Yes, code-is-data-is-code allows develishly convoluted acrobatics.
compilation. In Lisp (or Scheme) the compiler is available at
runtime, so a DSL can translate the foreign language to Lisp and
compile rather than interpreting.
I get the sense that you know this, but your comment leads in a
>== Chris Glur.George
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