Re: Are we close to a Lisp boom ?
- From: Robert Uhl <eadmund42@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 06 May 2008 09:47:40 -0600
Pertti Kellomäki <pertti.kellomaki@xxxxxx> writes:
There is lots of stuff out there for which it does not really matter
whether one is using CL, Python, Ruby, or any other half-sane
language. In that situation, the language where you can just say
"import X" for stuff like regexps, HTTP, HTML etc. is going to
win. And for good reason, I might add.
Yes. Fortunately, for the important Lisps one just goes to weitz.de and
grabs CL-PPCRE (faster Perl-compatible regexps than Perl!) and
Hunchentoot. HTML generation is another issue, although I'm partial to
CL-WHO (also from Dr. Weitz). For a good portion of the '&c.' weitz.de
is your one-stop shop...
Robert Uhl <http://public.xdi.org/=ruhl>
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absolute power in exchange for their sense of humour. Hitler's dad, you
will remember noddingly, was a Customs officer. And _Hitler_ thought he
was a nasty piece of work. --Mil Millington