> thinking of, then I think you would need some way to extend existing
> Java classes, and override existing methods. I don't think this is
> possible today. Please inform me if I'm wrong.
Well, yes and no ;-)
After all, why (again) re-invent the wheel, if all necessary mechanisms
of Java are there already?
ErsatzLisp comes with a mechanism to call "native" inline Java, much the
same way as the other PicoLisp versions do with inline C.
This is done via the 'javac' function. An example can be found in