Practical? Common Lisp on the JVM: A quick intro to ABCL for modern web apps

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  • caveman

    Lightweight web application framework for Common Lisp.

    This is interesting from a "look what we can do!" perspective, but practically speaking, I'm not sure there's a good reason for doing it this way. For all practical purposes, it would be better to use one of the "native" Common Lisp libraries for doing this, such as Caveman: http://8arrow.org/caveman/

    Even as a big Common Lisp fan, I would really question using it in a situation where the project has strict requirements to use a particular framework for another language.

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