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GNU's programming and extension language — GNU Guile
Guile is the GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions, the official extension language for the GNU operating system.
guile  scheme  gnu  programming  language  lisp  extensions  build 
march 2019 by orlin
Why Ruby is an acceptable LISP | Random Hacks
Random code snippets, projects and musings about software from Eric Kidd, a developer and entrepreneur.
ruby  lisp  compare  programming  languages  opinion 
july 2015 by orlin
The largest and most up-to-date repository of Emacs packages.
emacs  lisp  packages  resource  editor 
november 2014 by orlin
I changed my opinion about Lisp / Clojure
clojurescript is making things more interesting, but it's still too early to tell...
clojure  lisp  java  javascript 
april 2012 by orlin

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