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So, what's your reaction, fogus? What do you like most about Clojure, and what do you think still needs improvement? I am loving it so far, although there are a few minor points that annoy me from time to time. Probably the most annoying (although it's probably my own psychosis) is that it does not...
I have been mostly playing with it in my spare time, but recently I have folded its use into my job as a nice way to perform unit testing as well as providing a more intuitive build system.
- Tue Jul 15, 2008 6:33 pm
- Forum: Common Lisp
- Topic: (eval) and (compile) considered lame?
- Replies: 3
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I have often heard that explicitly calling (eval) or (compile) explicitly is considered bad form. I can (in theory) understand the knocks against eval as outlined in On Lisp (i.e. inefficient, devoid of lexical context), but it seems to me, as an outsider, that eval and compile would be perfect for ...