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    2929<h1>Testimonials</h1>
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     31<dt>Alessio Stalla - November, 2010
     32</dt>
     33<dd>With my Java background and my love for Lisp, I've found ABCL to be the ideal choice for my open source projects, in particular:
     34<ul>
     35  <li>DynaSpring (<a href="http://code.google.com/p/dynaspring/">http://code.google.com/p/dynaspring/</a>), a Lisp-based DSL for the Spring framework: it replaces the ugly-ugly XML with our beloved parentheses, bringing new features to Spring (conditional evaluation, modularity constructs, etc.) and making it much more user-extensible;</li>
     36  <li>Snow (<a href="http://common-lisp.net/project/snow/">http://common-lisp.net/project/snow/</a>), a declarative GUI language in the vein of XUL, but obviously Lisp-based, targeting Swing. While still lacking many things, it combines a Lisp DSL with existing Java libraries to concisely describe the structure and layout of the GUI, and to make it easy to connect the UI with the application, thanks to its integration with Cells;</li>
     37  <li>and all the other experimental, unreleased stuff I do as a hobby (mainly related to web development and enterprise application development).</li>
     38</ul>
     39For me ABCL's selling point is of course its interoperability with Java and the consequent access to Java libraries, but I also appreciate its simplicity, portability (even FASLs are cross-platform, thanks to the JVM), and last but not least, the small but vibrant and helpful community.
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    78 <dt>Alessio Stalla - November, 2010
    79 </dt>
    80 <dd>With my Java background and my love for Lisp, I've found ABCL to be the ideal choice for my open source projects, in particular:
    81 <ul>
    82   <li>DynaSpring (<a href="http://code.google.com/p/dynaspring/">http://code.google.com/p/dynaspring/</a>), a Lisp-based DSL for the Spring framework: it replaces the ugly-ugly XML with our beloved parentheses, bringing new features to Spring (conditional evaluation, modularity constructs, etc.) and making it much more user-extensible;</li>
    83   <li>Snow (<a href="http://common-lisp.net/project/snow/">http://common-lisp.net/project/snow/</a>), a declarative GUI language in the vein of XUL, but obviously Lisp-based, targeting Swing. While still lacking many things, it combines a Lisp DSL with existing Java libraries to concisely describe the structure and layout of the GUI, and to make it easy to connect the UI with the application, thanks to its integration with Cells;</li>
    84   <li>and all the other experimental, unreleased stuff I do as a hobby (mainly related to web development and enterprise application development).</li>
    85 </ul>
    86 For me ABCL's selling point is of course its interoperability with Java and the consequent access to Java libraries, but I also appreciate its simplicity, portability (even FASLs are cross-platform, thanks to the JVM), and last but not least, the small but vibrant and helpful community.
    87 </dd>
    88 
    8989<dt>Hunter Monroe
    9090</dt>
     
    9494tests crash the suite. If you want to compile Maxima with ABCL lisp, check
    9595out the Maxima source code and following the instructions in INSTALL.lisp."
    96 </dd>
     96</dd><p><em>Editor's note: the Maxima test suite runs without crashes and
     97succesfully completes without failures as of 10-11-2010.</em></p>
    9798
    9899<dt>Ted Kosan
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