ugly-tiny-infix-macro
This is a powerful lisp macro for the purpose of writing your expressions in infix notation while not losing out on lisp's power.

Examples

At its simplest,

    ($ 1 + 2)       ; gets converted to (+ 1 2), where name of the macro is $
    ($ t and nil)   ; gets converted to (and t nil)
    ($ 3 > 5)       ; gets converted to (> 3 5)
    ($ 1 + 2 + 3)   ; gets converted to (+ (+ 1 2) 3)
    ($ 1 + 2 *  3)      ; gets converted to (+ 1 (* 2 3))
    ($ 1 < 2 and 2 < 3) ; gets converted to (AND (< 1 2) (< 2 3))

Anything within parentheses at position of an operand is treated like a lisp form.

    ($ 2 + (max 9 10 11)) ; gets converted to (+ 2 (max 9 10 11)). It could have been any function / lisp form.
    ($ 6 / ($ 1 + 2))     ; gets converted to (/ 6 ($ 1 + 2)), and then subsequently to (/6 (+ 1 2))

You can find more information on the README on github. It's also available on quicklisp.

Project Homepage: https://github.com/peey/ugly-tiny-infix-macro

License: APACHE 2.0