Python + Lisp integration - Part II

Simo Melenius firstname.lastname at
Mon Jun 27 21:50:45 CEST 2005

I'm posting a self-followup to my post in last December about Python
and Lisp integration:


Now, just yesterday I just stumbled upon Lython:


It's a bit edgy but it can be made to work :-). It does do simple
macros and compiles to Python bytecode (via AST generation). So,
effectively you could be writing your code in Lisp and then running it
in the vast environment of Python standard library and modules.

This was FYI, if interested.


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