Subject: Re: HTML reader macro
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 18:55:50 -0500
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
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Frank Buss  <> wrote:
| Stefan Ram wrote:
| >   Possibly you might get some inspiration from the similar
| >   notation "Enamel" by Erik Naggum.
| >
| thanks, this looks like the way to go. I think I use Enamel with "("
| instead of "<", because unfortunatly I have to generate attributes for HTML
| and I'll use ":" instead of "|", because then my editor can format it for
| me (otherwise there are problems with the usual "|" meaning in Lisp).

Well, if you're going to do *that*, then why reinvent the wheel?
Why not just use HTOUT or CL-WHO or HTML-GEN or one of the other
macro packages that already exist?!?  [See <>.]


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