Concurrent Hello World in CL with lparallel
There's a blog post about it at the following address:
This lisp package is a toy exemple showing how to use lparallel and its queuing API in order to implement some concurrent program with "rendez-vous" or at with a way to pass information in between concurrent workers.
Please note that the lparallel library is not meant to be used with a disposable kernel, quite the contrary. That design choice has been made explicitely so as not to pollute your local Lisp Image where you're doing your REPL testing and development. After all, it's meant to be a one-off toy test.
So don't take
with-temp-kernel seriously, it's usually exactly how not
to do things in a real application!