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Haunt: hackable static site generator
Haunt is a simple, functional, hackable static site generator that gives authors the ability to treat websites as Scheme programs.

By giving authors the full expressive power of Scheme, they are able to control every aspect of the site generation process. Haunt provides a simple, functional build system that can be easily extended for this purpose.
tool  free-software  web-development  data-freedom  lisp  scheme 
3 hours ago by bignose
SICP Distilled
An idiosyncratic tour of SICP in Clojure
clojure  lisp  scheme  book  online  via:euler 
yesterday by antigremlin
vim-syntastic/syntastic: Syntax checking hacks for vim
Syntastic is a syntax checking plugin for Vim created by Martin Grenfell. It runs files through external syntax checkers and displays any resulting errors to the user. This can be done on demand, or automatically as files are saved. If syntax errors are detected, the user is notified and is happy because they didn't have to compile their code or execute their script to find them.
code  plugin  vim  opensource  development  programming  tool  assembly  shell  bash  c  c++  cmake  d.programming.language  java  javascript  json  lisp  lua  markdown  objectivec  perl  python  ruby  tcl  tex  typescript  xml  zsh 
yesterday by ezequiel
Not everything is an expression
Incredibly well written essay on a weakness in Lisp's macro system. Includes features like letting the reader switch languages.
programming  languages  languagedesign  lisp  macros  via:reddit 
yesterday by mcherm
Introduction to Clojure – Modern dialect of Lisp (Part 1)
Syntax / Symbols / Vars & namespaces / Functions / Metadata / Truthiness / Data structures / Sequences / Looping / Recursive processing / Destructuring.
clojure  lisp  tutorial  programming 
yesterday by lenciel
Beating the Averages
Back in 1995, we knew something that I don't think our competitors understood, and few understand even now: when you're writing software that only has to run on your own servers, you can use any language you want.
programming  lisp  business 
2 days ago by AleatoricConsonance
Next Browser
"Next is a keyboard-oriented, extensible web-browser designed for power users. The application has familiar key-bindings, is fully configurable and extensible in Lisp, and has powerful features for productive professionals."
browser  software  lisp 
4 days ago by garrettc
Beating the Averages
lisp paul graham y combinator and how his point that startups need to Have a cutting-edge or else they’ll fill. And when he had his start up called viaWEB, he wrote that the cutting edge for them was to use lisp as s the language, because you said that Louis was more powerful, but he did Nite really define what he meant by a powerful other than to say that it has more features that other languages do not have. The other thing he said about Lisp is that you can develop and iterate faster than in other languages.
lisp  clojure  viaweb 
5 days ago by flarg.mlarg

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