Subject: Re: C++ Implementation of Lisp
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 02:36:33 -0500
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
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Ken Tilton  <> wrote:
| Frank Buss wrote:
| > If you like to use C++ libraries, why not trying to start with a better
| > solution than SWIG, but in pure Common Lisp, maybe mapping to CFFI?
| But make sure you name it after a suspension bridge.

Oh, that's too general. We need to narrow it down some.
Hmmm... *I* know! How about suspension bridges with "Narrows"
in the name? We already have a "V", so how about a "T"?
Yeah, "Tacoma"! Just don't use it for real-time control of
periodic input. (*bouncy*) (*bouncy*) (*bouncy*)... (*CRASH!*)


p.s. Yes, yes, I do know that the driving function
     on the original was a mild *steady* wind...

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