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It has been quite a while...

I've been working on common-lisp-controller and it almost seems to work. The debian CMUCL package is almost converted, after which I'll package up clocc and sbcl using the same system. But don't hold your breath.

In more personal news: a new year, a new job and a new appartment... The new job is being internet-security "consultant" -- I'm curious how it will work out. But all of this means less Lisp to hack on. Oh well, maybe someone will hire me for a Lisp job, for the moment I'll just work on Lisp in my spare time...

Been busy catching up with email, and trying to document the common-lisp-controller more.

Got interesting offers to look at a new mk:defsystem implementation, doing possibly contract work for cmucl or sbcl. I would prefer working on sbcl, but it needs to get beaten into shape first...

Anybody want's to hire a Lisp hacker in Belgium?

Hello World.

I'll try to update the diary now and again. But don't depend on this :-)

At the moment I'm mostly buzy with designing and implementing a common lisp controller for Debian and other Unix systems.

In short it should allow people to install any common lisp and any common lisp package and just do (require 'foo) and foo should just get loaded. Correctly compiled and up-to-date for your lisp, with source-level debugging if possible.

At least that is the idea...

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