Lisp with indentation instead of parentheses


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I think this language is, I would like to see the finished implementation... tell me? (wrong requests to Google write, nothing is).

Something like:

print call_fuction + 10 42 get_by_id "name"


Pseudo-Lisp version:

(print (call_fuction (+ 10 42) (get_by_id "name")))


Translator found: https://bitbucket.org/ArneBab/wisp
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A non-response.
Brackets - is the whole Lisp. The most basic part of the language. I'm pretty sure that there is no dialect that allows them to be replaced. But through the IDE so it does not sewn the back of the mitten.
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Dylan — here's a Lisp without brackets. With macros and objects. But he died a little. There is a little half-dead IDE, but all have died.
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Here is a good article rsdn.ru/forum/decl/2248444.all
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