Python + Lisp integration?

Arthur ajsiegel at
Wed Dec 29 08:10:32 EST 2004

On 29 Dec 2004 14:50:53 +0200, Simo Melenius
<firstname.lastname at> wrote:

>I'm wondering (after a bit of googling) whether there exists a Python
>binding to any open source Lisp environment (like librep or some
>Scheme or Common Lisp implementation) that could be recommended for
>non-toy use?

Not sure this is going to help much,

but Lush - Lisp Universal Shell - is mature and has bindings to the
Python C API.

The bindings are specific to Python22.  I had trouble getting all the
demos working against Python23.


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