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README.md

DTI

DTI, or Doing The Impossible, is a parser and interpreter for the perl 5 programming language. DTI is based heavily on husk scheme by Justin Ethier and Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours

Goal

The primary goal of the project is to approximate the functionality of the perl 5 interpreter.

Ideally, it will target the current release (perl-5.14.1 at the time of writing).

License

dti is available under the MIT license.

Credits

dti is developed by John Harrison.

Many code examples were based off husk scheme and the Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours.

husk scheme is developed by Justin Ethier.

The interpreter is based on code from the book Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours written by Jonathan Tang and hosted / maintained by Wikibooks.

If you would like to request changes, report bug fixes, or contact me, visit the project web site at GitHub.