Posts Tagged ‘picolisp’

Macropis - a Web Development Framework in PicoLisp

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Macropis is a web dev framework that aims to eliminate the tedious parts of creating new applications and sites.... Read More

Using a Clojure Macro to Recreate Picolisp’s Make Environment

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

Today I wanted to look into Clojure’s macro functionality and I thought recreating Picolisp’s make environment would be a fairly easy exercise.... Read More

PicoLisp and Linux/GNU system commands

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Most of the most commonly used and useful Linux commands needs a file as input, in the shell this can be circumvented by for instance a line like this: echo “hej” | md5sum.... Read More

ECB method browsing for PicoLisp

Sunday, June 5th, 2011
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I just got method browsing in ECB working by way of Semantic.... Read More

Autocompletion, Jump to documentation, Swank and Slime

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

In the prior part I stated that I would look into autocompletion and documentation lookup/jumping and that’s exactly what I’ve done and I’m happy with the results.... Read More

Emacs Color Themes, CTags, CEDET, ECB and other Customizations

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010
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I’ve now found a color theme I like by way of the color theme browser. ... Read More

Emacs key bindings, Paredit and saving macros

Friday, September 24th, 2010

The other day I discovered the peepcode screencast Meet Emacs and although video is not really the ideal way for me to learn, and especially not something like Emacs, it managed to finally sell me and make me get my ass off the couch.... Read More

Clojure and a PicoLisp database via HTTP

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

If you follow me on twitter you might have read that I tried Riak at one point but then switched to Cassandra, anyway, one of the things with Riak that struck me as nice was the fact that you could access any node through HTTP.... Read More

A list of web applications built with LISP

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

The following list is compiled from the replies I got on the LISP reddit and other stuff I’ve found here and there. I suppose the aim of this list is to show that LISP is a language that can be used for web development too. Sometimes I get the impression that LISP has been stereotyped as something that belongs in some university AI lab and not really suited for something as mundane as web development. However as can be seen here, that’s just not true.... Read More

How to write a big app in an obscure Lisp dialect

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Wow, were do I start. To begin with VizReader is the application in question. It’s a pretty weird thing but I love it. I get a small whiff of the same feeling I had when I was a kid and played Dragon’s Breath on the Amiga. Dragon’s Breath was both a weird and wonderful game at the same time and it makes me proud that I have managed to create something that gives me a little bit of that feeling.... Read More