Are there smaller Clojure-esque Lisps available ?

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  • janet

    A dynamic language and bytecode vm

    What counts as "Clojure-esque"? I know that there's Janet which doesn't buy into the whole "everything as lists!" mentality other Lisps have. There's just arrays, buffers, and tables (plus their immutable counterparts: tuples, strings, and structs, respectively). Plus the contributor library "Spork" has an HTTP framework.

  • joker

    Small Clojure interpreter, linter and formatter.

    There’s also joker. Haven’t used it but I’ve known about it for a while. Bills itself as a Clojure-like built with Go.

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