|Konstantine 6b5b3b6856||3 months ago|
|basics||3 months ago|
|challenges||3 months ago|
|landoflisp||6 months ago|
|.gitignore||7 months ago|
|README.org||3 months ago|
|hellouser.lisp||6 months ago|
Some cleanup to this repository, as I want to organize what I'm learning and showcase good practices. I enjoy using lisp so having a place that I can work within is nice and have as a place to log my progress learning lisp, that's what this repo is meant to serve as.
The directory structure will be simple as it'll follow what I'm working on. Within each directory there will be all the `.lisp` files and a README in each on giving more context as to what is within (in case you or myself forget?).
./basic/ - All the work from the 'Practical Common Lisp Programming' book
./challenges/ - From the 'g Programming Challenges
./landoflisp/ - Examples and works from the 'Land of Lisp' book
./org/ - Any org notes taken to expand on what I've learned
This will change as I continue to learn more in regards to lisp, this structure at least allows me to know what I'm working on easier and keep it clean all within one project directory/repository.
This project uses SBCL for running these programs, and the intent is for compatibility with SLIME in Emacs, a lot of older books being written for SBCL, and also how portable the code is on other systems that aren't Linux–based
I chose Common Lisp because I found more books on the subject when going to my local books stores. I've also asked around in some lisp IRCs and it seems like most people find common lisp a good starter lisp. If I get the chance I may take a deep-dive into the dialects of Scheme such as Guile or Racket because I've heard a lot of good things in regards to those.