Hi Tomas,

> > BTW, how can I access existing objects (like "java.lang.System.err")
> > in wl? I can only find 'jnew', which creates new objects.
> Like this:
>    (jfield `(jclass "java.lang.System") 'err)

I see. Thanks!

> Basically, because Java objects are
> first class citizens in the wl interpreter, I need very little special

The same is the case in ErsatzLisp.

> > possibly want to use ErsatzLisp in real applications (e.g. Android
> > apps) if I find the time.
> Well, to be pedantic in regards to speed optimisations, whenever you do
> something class specific you perform a class lookup based on the class

Right. But such calls happen infrequent compared to the execution of the
language itself. To make it practically usable, I want the raw Lisp code
to run as fast as possible. There I'm not satisfied even with
ErsatzLisp, and wl is still another factor slower.

>    (java "javax.swing.JFrame" T "Animation")
> or
>    (interface "java.awt.event.MouseListener" ...
> In wl, there is no need for this because I can do this at read-time,
> like the above example:
>    `(jclass "java.lang.System")
> Also, I can do it only once, see the 'import' function and how it is
> used in swing.l and swt.l.

This is also the same in ErsatzLisp. 'interface' returns a Proxy object
(as 'java' returns an arbitrary Java object) which can be kept in a
variable etc.

- Alex
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