Despite many the successful applications written in Common Lisp, many people complain about it. I’ve been looking around the web seeing what the predominant complaints are. I’ve come up with two lists of complaints: the ones that are about things inherent to Common Lisp that can’t be fixed within the context of Common Lisp, and the ones that could be addressed. With each one, I’ve added some commentary.
Also of interest, in one of the comments Dan says “I and some friends have been thinking about how to do a good CPAN-like system. We’ll talk about it when we have our act together.”
I don't know how long Dan can keep up the consistent awesomeness of his blog, but I hope it's a while.Posted by jjwiseman at January 03, 2008 01:11 PM