Since everyone's panicking about ziq being evil, here's some fun information.
- You can run enough of a full Lisp Nettle stack (nettled and nettle-forum) to look at some data. Yay.
- SBCL can load faster if you "bake" the
nettlepackage into SBCL by using
sbcl.nettlebinary it makes the Lisp tools close in speed to the Python ones. (The new SBCL is only 16Mb too.)
- The new Nettle signing format lets you have signatures and owner lists that don't necessarily match, making it more flexible. Lisp rules can decide if the difference is okay.