Released trivial-jumptables 1.0.
Hello! I've been doing Common Lisp related work intensively for 10+ years.
Released first-time-value 1.0.
edit, 25 november 2018: Released version 1.0.1 which fixes a bug, sorry.
Released its 1.0, definitely my most innovative and "hilarious" ready-to-use library yet!
And it's super useful and intuitive to boot!
Released with-shadowed-bindings 1.0.
I'm releasing definitions-systems 1.0, my first new ready-to-use library after a 5 years hiatus!
I've been wanting to complete this for 5 years, it was a big blocker for many of my projects.
This library may not look like much, but it solves a very recurring pattern in a simple way.
10+ years in, I'm making a hopeful first step towards sustainability.
Please support me! I'm counting on you!!
Please read this important thread about the Common Lisp community. Thank you!
(edit, 23 september 2018: Edited the "Learn Even More" and "this important thread" links in-place to start 8 tweets down at the most important part instead of at the beginning which is also important but much less captivating.)
Added the PSA above. If I don't escalate this outside of twitter, who will?!
It took me more than a decade of being relentlessly targetted by Zach Beane the sociopath to uncover this important information, so I might as well share it a bit more prominently. I unfortunately don't have the resources to expose him more completely than this at this time. My apologies.
I've just released my modern public domain online rendition of the CLOS MOP! This is by far the best available version right now. See the announcement twitter thread for a bit more context and details. Thanks very much to Robert Strandh for inspiring me (through his initial public domain HTML conversion) to work on this project, earlier than I would otherwise have!
Now all my sites are mobile-friendly! (3 months well spent!)
(On desktop, you can just resize the window narrow to test.
Or better yet, use Chrome or Firefox and press F12, then go into "device mode".)