All script tags that have the attribute language="text/common-lisp" are executed as normal: top-level code is run after the page loads, and functions defined (with defun) are callable later.
Performing dom manipulation is done by calling the special form (dom object action &rest args). This mechanism is still weak at the moment: when no args are provided action is assumed to be a property name, which is a setf-able place. If args are provided then action is assumed to be a function name, though only functions of one argument are currently supported. It is recommended that strings are used for function and property names, since symbols are automatically capitalized.
Examples:(dom document "getElementById" "input") document.getElementById("input"); (dom input "innerHTML") input.innerHTML
Well, I'm sure it's a valuable learning experience, at least.Posted by jjwiseman at May 10, 2007 10:23 PM