[tech] A Gemini client library for Common Lisp.
cowan at ccil.org
Thu Feb 18 01:25:13 GMT 2021
I think it is worthwhile to point out that this library has only 100 lines
of code + 19 lines of packaging information (which are also in fact code),
and only six dependencies: a general utility library (Alexandria), an
encoding-decoding library (Babel), a socket library that bridges the
differences between different Common Lisp implementations (Usocket), a
library for encoded streams (Flexi-stream), an SSL library (CL+SSL), and a
URI library (QUri), all of them bog-standard.
On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 5:23 PM Jason McBrayer <jmcbray at carcosa.net> wrote:
> As the title says: I've written a Gemini client library for Common Lisp.
> It's intended for use in some personal tools I'm writing, but I thought
> I'd factor it out from the beginning, and maybe someone else would get
> some use from it. It's not terribly mature; see the issues page for
> everything I already know is wrong with it. I plan on submitting it to
> quicklisp when it's a little more robust, but not until then.
> Jason McBrayer | “Strange is the night where black stars rise,
> jmcbray at carcosa.net | and strange moons circle through the skies,
> | but stranger still is lost Carcosa.”
> | ― Robert W. Chambers,The King in Yellow
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