[racket] translate from Racket to Common Lisp

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Sun Nov 4 14:53:23 EST 2012

I don't think anyone is maintaining Dorai's package anymore. 
He has become a master of toasts and doesn't have time for
his hobby anymore. 

Consider taking it on as a service to the CL and Racket 
communities -- Matthias

On Nov 4, 2012, at 2:31 PM, daniel rupistraliz wrote:

> Matthias Felleisen <matthias at ...> writes:
>> What Matthew and everyone else said is critical. Read those 
>> before reading on. Also consider using optimizations in Racket
>> or converting to TR and asking for fixed-point numbers. 
>> ;; --- 
>> However, we do understand the need for running programs in both worlds
>> (Racke and CL). An alternative is to write a program so that it basically 
>> ports itself (with a few tweaks). 
>> For years, Dorai Sitaram maintained a macro/constraint set for just 
>> this purpose. The idea is written down in a short Scheme Workshop
>> paper: 
>>  http://repository.readscheme.org/ftp/papers/sw2003/Scmxlate.pdf
>> Producing a #lang cl/port for this purpose would be a 'good thing'.
>> Others may benefit too. You could contribute it to Planet. 
>  Thanks for the useful information about scmlate. I posted in the common-lisp
> group a toy example of a dictionary from racket to cl, but that package is much
> more complete. Perhaps adding some more definitions like the iterations for/list
> for*/list and the like would be interesting.
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