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python scheme compiler jt olds usage: ./compiler.py < input.scm > out.c ./compiler.py --output=c < input.scm > out.c alternatively: ./compiler.py --output=cps < input.scm > output.scm other flags include --curry if you want the intermediate representation to curry all function calls, why you would i don't know --recursion_limit if you are having trouble with call depth size of the python interpreter. --nogc disables usage of the boehm garbage collector (not recommended) the story so far: this is a scheme-to-c compiler written in python. it does not support all of r5rs by any means (there aren't many valid data types besides integers. lists aren't supported, for example (bwa?!)), but it is a definitely solid starting point. the biggest novelty of this compiler is that it compiles by first transforming scheme to continuation-passing-style, which means that call/cc actually does work. i wrote this for advanced compilers (cs6470) with matt might (matt.might.net) at utah.edu. it was a tight schedule and i barely made it, so the documentation is poor, and there are two intermediate representations (instead of fixing the initial ir once i realized it was broken, i just wrote a quick translator for the ir instead of rewriting the other code). at some point i definitely hope to clean this up.