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Make LispObject? a Java interface, as God and Gosling intended.

LispObject as interface thing

makes a great summer project. Especially if you make it a semi-pluggable object with the contemporary architecture, write benchmarks, and write up the results.

A don't think that a

unitary LispObject interface is a good idea: I'd rathe see LispObject be union of interfaces (HasPrintableForm?, HasNumericTower?, etc.) And provide a polished set of AbstractLispObjects? (AbstractJavaLispObject?, etc.) to work with.

Then factor the existing code into a Java5/6 implementation of LispObject?. Then, provide an implementation of LispObject? that will work on .NET and/or Dalvik.