Kiezellisp is a lisp compiler/interpreter running on .NET and using the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR).
Web site generated on: 2014-12-19
Please read the topic 'Running light, running fast' before getting frustated by the long start up time of Kiezellisp.
BREAKING CHANGE AS OF 2014-03-03: changed `try` to `ignore-errors`; introduced `try` with `catch` and `finally` clauses.
BREAKING CHANGE AS OF 2014-02-22: using colon and double colon package-symbol separators instead of period and exclamation mark.
Current development version: Kiezellisp 1.0 (Release Build 5463 - 2014-12-16)
This version is built with CLR 4.0 and also runs with
mono on linux.
Kiezellisp is not identical but similar to other lisps, such as Common Lisp. If you understand Common Lisp functions or packages, you will not have a problem understanding the corresponding Kiezellisp features.