Interesting development you have there, connecting the JVM to PicoLisp
Which makes me wonder about Ersatz PicoLisp though.
How would it stand against other JVM alternatives? I know that Ersatz is
fast as native PicoLisp. But for instance Groovy, is really slow on the JVM.
Maybe Ersatz would be fast enough for serious work too, if Groovy is.
On 02/02/15 15:11, Alexander Burger wrote:
> Hi all!
> A new library to call Java code from/to PicoLisp:
> ♪♫ Alex