Munich Lisp Talk, 10th November 2009

Last Tuesday, I gave short talk about a library I have been writing on: Sequence Iterators.
The library is perhaps a bit misnamed because at the moment, it's really a convenience layer on top of iterators. It's supposed to provide tools to make writing functions that operate on sequences convenient, and yet not blatantly inefficient.

I'd be very much interested in feedback regarding rough corners if you find a case to apply the library. If you want to give it a shot, there's a file "more-sequence-functions.lisp" which contain prototypes of useful sequence function for which I haven't yet had the time to write them.

Please notice that the library is still work in progress.