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Re: Distribution of LISP applications …

Postby omega66 » Sun Dec 20, 2009 9:50 pm

Wow. I didn't know this would turn out to be such a big issue. I guess everyone has asked themselves the same question (sooner or later). Guys, just one more thing: being at the beginning has at least one advantage – I can choose in which language I wish to code my plug-inns, for it’s all new to me and it doesn’t really matter. So: would it be any easier to code in VBA? How do you see LISP when compared to that programming language? Visual Basic vs. VisualLISP? Or am I just walking in circles here?

Thanks again, guys. You’re great!

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Re: Distribution of LISP applications …

Postby nuntius » Mon Dec 21, 2009 12:13 am

You're asking a bunch of common lispers whether they prefer visual basic?!?

CL plugins are easy to implement. Unlike other languages, by default CL makes the whole compiler/loader/debugger/etc. framework available in any program.

With RDNZL, it might even be possible to program plugins in C#; but it would be much harder than a native CL plugin.
http://weitz.de/rdnzl/
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Re: Distribution of LISP applications …

Postby omega66 » Mon Dec 21, 2009 3:44 am

Ooopssss ... my bad. Didn’t mean to offend anyone. Once again, I apologize. No doubt about it: this forum really works. Thanks guys. BTW: I guess I better not insist on getting my answer concerning VB? Just joking.

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