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Wednesday October 27, 2004
02:19 PM

My first Acme module

[ #21548 ]
To write an Acme module is something very important for a CPAN contributor. We really want to write something for the Acme namespace, but we want it to be fun, interesting.

And, Acme::Lisp seems to meet these requirements. It is fun, it can be interesting. But it is just a kind of prototype.

What it does? It takes Lisp code written as array references and evaluates it. Do you want a sample? here it goes:

  use Acme::Lisp;

  $code = [qw(+ 2 4 6 8)];
  print eval_lisp($code);

Run this and get... 20. Wonderful, huh?

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