Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
> I imagine i would use LISP a lot more if i were familiar with a
> solid, well-documented, and well-supported standard library of
> routines and classes for doing common operations. I like the
> language, but whenever i try to build something serious i end up
> having to reimplement the wheel. Does such a distribution exist?
There are a bunch of commercial CLOS implementations out there, but AFAIK
nothing similar in terms of standardization in Scheme besides the R* and ANSI
language definitions. :-/ I could be wrong, though, haven't looked at using
it for anything real in a long time...
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