> Clisp is beautiful, so thank you to all those who are
> creating it.
> This may be a common, grandiose or unrelated question,
> but what about continuations like scheme? I
> understand that this is one of the differences between
> these dialects. Is there an accepted common lisp hack
> for a =93call-with-current-continuation=94 procedure that
> does not over complicate its usefulness? Are there
> any papers on this topic?
As to complications, over or under or useful or not, that may be more=20
in the eye of the beholder.
An excellent source of macro knowledge, and of one particular way of=20
doing continuations in ACL can be found in Paul Graham's book: On Lisp.=20=
Its out of print, but available on his website:=20
Don't mind the opening page graphic, its in tune with his=20
anti-email-spam attitude and articles. Click on the 'books' tab on the=20=
left and you'll get to info on both his books, including (eventually)=20
links to download On Lisp as either postscript (compressed and not) or=20=