- Lisp machine on FPGA.
(via @nakkaya) —
Well, well, well, why rely on a host OS and stuff like that when you can just run Lisp on specialized hardware? No idea of how you go from this to a flashed FPGA. Time to reach for that Verilog book and see if I can whip out a CinV in a couple of weeks… now, where’s my hammock?!
- Atea: a free minimalistic status bar time tracker for MacOSin Clojure
(via @HNComments) —
Impressive simplicity and integration with OSX.
- Want to make sure your Clojure project is forward-compatiblewith Leiningen 2? @technomancy has something for you
(via @michaelklishin) —
This is a novel idea. Instead of deprecating old features, you precate upcoming features; or basically, this project will grab your leiningen v1.x project.clj file and return a proposed leiningen 2.x one.
- Getting started with Clojurescript and Noir part
(via @djhworld) —
Second installment of this tutorial. It covers the latest library breakdown relased by Chris Granger, providing, amongst other things, integration with JQuery.