I'm considering moving from Clojure to Common Lisp

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  • srfi-1

    SRFI-1: List Library

  • serapeum

    Utilities beyond Alexandria

    +1 for Serapeum: https://github.com/ruricolist/serapeum/blob/master/REFERENCE.md

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  • cl-transducers

    Transducers: Ergonomic, efficient data processing

    an awesome recent one: https://github.com/fosskers/cl-transducers

  • lisp-tips

    Common Lisp tips. Share !

    some useful tips: https://github.com/lisp-tips/lisp-tips/issues/ (anyone can write one as a new issue)

  • playwright-java

    Java version of the Playwright testing and automation library

  • hy

    A dialect of Lisp that's embedded in Python

    Have you had a look at https://hylang.org/ ?

  • redqu

    A media centric reddit client

    I have gotten around that with babashka in the past for a scraping project that only required regex (redqu), but hickory isn't compatible with it.

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  • awesome-cl

    A curated list of awesome Common Lisp frameworks, libraries and other shiny stuff.

    I also recommend https://github.com/CodyReichert/awesome-cl, a curated list of libraries.

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