(message (Hello 'Luke)
(you :wrote :on '(Mon, 4 Sep 2006 08:58:32 +1000))
LH> I tried jfli-abcl, wrote my own javaclass package, and I've settled on
LH> invoke.lisp by
LH> Alan Ruttenberg <alanruttenberg@...>. It doesn't use CLOS, yet
LH> it is completely intuitive and quick to use. Search these archives
LH> for invoke.lisp . The main deficit I've found with it is that it
LH> doesn't search for raw class files, it can only detect files in jars,
LH> and a minor niggle is that it isn't in its own package.
i worry about performance
What's happened here? First, all the classes in all the jars in the
been collected. For each class a.b.C.d, we have recorded that
b.c.d, b.C.d, C.d, c.d, and d potentially refer to this class.
sounds scarry, as well as dynamic dispatch.
ABCL is too bloated/slow and produces too much garbage as for me, but at
least it's tolerable, but i'm afraid it won't be tolerable if i use that
(With-best-regards '(Alex Mizrahi) :aka 'killer_storm)
"People who lust for the Feel of keys on their fingertips (c) Inity")