namevatine wrote
on November 16th, 2010 at 01:29 pm

Re: Other way around? CL -> JS

From looking at the documentation, I'd agree that "a subset of Common Lisp" is the language understood by ParenScript.

One example in the documentation is:
(lambda (x)
  (case x
    (1 (loop repeat 3 do (alert "foo")))
    (:bar (alert "bar"))
    (otherwise 4)))


That doesn't, really, look like "JavaScript with parentheses" to me, but is something that the ParenScript compiler apparently understands.

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