Do you use Emacs Lisp as a general purpose programming language?

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  • templatel

    Jinja inspired template language for Emacs Lisp

    But after you get the hang of it, you figure out that there's more potential there. I have been working on two projects that are what I'd have done in Python, or C. One is a templating language shipped as a library and the other one is a static HTML generator, also shipped as a library. They both have unit tests that run on a CI hooked up to GitHub actions, and I use a Makefile to compile `.el` to `.elc` and `emacs --script script.el` to run scripts that declare the static HTML website routes.

  • dhall-lang

    Maintainable configuration files

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