[zeromq-dev] Common Lisp support is now out of the box

Vitaly Mayatskikh v.mayatskih at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 10:58:45 CET 2009

Dear ZeroMQ fellows!

It is my pleasure to announce inclusion of Common Lisp bindings into
ZeroMQ/2.0 mainline tree. Bindings aimed to support every existing
feature, and known to work with SBCL and CLISP, both on Linux.

Performance measurements (with SBCL) showed Lisp code works as fast,
as C code does. You can easily bring all the AI power to your
applications without any performance drawback!

wbr, Vitaly

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