easy-bind

2019-01-07
  ---------- EASY-BIND - Easy local binding for Common Lisp ----------


 Version 1.1
 Copyright (C) Marius Gaarde 2018. All rights reserved. Licensed under the MIT license.

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Easy-bind is a collection of macros that make the binding of local variables, functions and macros 
in Common Lisp more convenient. It adopts the "paren-free" equational syntax for binding local 
variables from the loop facility, and generalizes it to a simple domain-specific language for local 
binding. It provides a facility for easily defining new binding forms that use a similar paren-
reduced syntax.

See the file documentation.txt for details.

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Author
Marius Gaarde
License
MIT