[FoRK] Re: The grand scheme of things...

Ken Meltsner <meltsner at alum.mit.edu> on Thu Nov 1 17:30:34 PDT 2007

And a few more:

Clojure: Compiles into bytecodes for the JVM.  Lisp syntax, macros.
Common Public License

http://clojure.sourceforge.net/


Jatha: (somewhat older) Lispy support library for Java.  LGPL.

http://jatha.sourceforge.net/

Parenscript:  Compiles into Javascript (which is quite lispy IMHO)
based on Lisp syntax. BSD

http://common-lisp.net/project/parenscript/

My dissertation and several early projects were written in Common Lisp
and I still think it was the best overall environment for the sort of
smartish software I used to write.

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