pef.go...@gmail.com wrote:Yep, I'm aware of Lisp on Lines. Aside from the similarly alliterative
> Bill Atkins a écrit :
> > I'm game. I've started working on a Rails clone in Lisp called Lisp on
> Have you considered using Lisp on Lines
> The Lisp community is far from being as huge as those of the other
> I can't speak for D.Crampsie, but i really think you should contact him
> -- Pierre-François
names, my project doesn't actually have too much in common with
drewc's. The goal of Lisp on a Ladder is mainly an educational one -
to provide an easy way for people familar with Rails to get involved
with Lisp and to write some applications in it (so the name is kind of
a (n unintentional) reference to its purpose; it's a ladder to an
understanding of Lisp). It isn't meant to be a framework for real
applications; instead, it will be more like a case study in Lisp
programming for those who are unfamiliar with it. Also, the folks who
argue against Lisp will *finally* not be able to claim that "Lisp isn't
practical, because it doesn't have anything like Rails." That gets
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