New library: storable functions

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New library: storable functions

Postby gugamilare » Thu Mar 12, 2009 3:04 pm

If anyone ever feel the need to dynamically store functions (including closures) into files, take a look at

http://wiki.github.com/gugamilare/storable-functions.

Currently, only cl-store is supported, but if anyone want support to another serialization library (rucksack? elephant?), just ask me (in this case, help would be appreciated for sure).
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Re: New library: storable functions

Postby Harleqin » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:33 pm

Looks very nice!

If you allow me one remark, though: A ship can be "off course", which means that it doesn't follow the course it should. The term you could describe with "naturally" is spelled "of course". This just jumps out because your english is quite good, otherwise.
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Re: New library: storable functions

Postby gugamilare » Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:42 am

Harleqin wrote:Looks very nice!

If you allow me one remark, though: A ship can be "off course", which means that it doesn't follow the course it should. The term you could describe with "naturally" is spelled "of course". This just jumps out because your english is quite good, otherwise.


Thank you for the hint, already fixed. And, about my English, it's not still perfect yet, but I am getting there.
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