burgled-batteries is a Python-Lisp bridge, similar to Python-on-Lisp or Pyffi, aiming for deep integration between Python and Common Lisp. It...has a way to go before it achieves that objective, but may still be useful as a base for wrapping existing Python libraries (see burgled-feedparser for a short and rough example).

Unlike CLPython, b-b is not a compiler for Python-the-language, but embeds cpython into Lisp. This has the advantage of being able to provide any functionality accessible from Python, including numpy and other C-based Python extensions; but also has all the disadvantages inherent in FFI mechanisms, including the necessary pain of data translation, leaky abstractions, and a tendency for memory faults.

Python programming language