[zeromq-dev] ZeroMQ connctor for Tiny LISP environment

Michel Pelletier pelletier.michel at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 18:15:51 CEST 2014

Hi Jerome,

Picolisp has an excellent FFI interface, so it's straightforward to call
zmq/czmq functions from it.  I wrote a simple binding for Picolisp you can
find here:



On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 8:37 AM, jerome moliere <jerome at javaxpert.com> wrote:

> Hi all ZeroMQ afficionados,
> I am about starting to use a small Cortex ARM 3 (STM32 MCU) as my
> application hardware platform running a tiny LISP interpreter (PicoLisp
> custom version).
> I have seen some  Common LISP connectors referenced (but projets are dead
> and links broken)... But these connectors are not suitable for my LISP
> dialect, may be covering the whole protocol while I just need to send
> messages (no callback possible to my device). so I am ready to code a
> custom connector for PicoLisp.
> I'd like to have your expert voices about such project:
> * I found the protocol page (easy)
> * is there some complimentary documentation?
> * is there some test cases ready ?
> * Is there some requests analyzer useful for deboging purpose
> Thanks for your time
> Regards
> Jerome
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