dseminara 'lisp is my own implementation of lisp on ruby, created as an excercise in preparation for finals
dslisprb try to be minimalist (only 200 lines of ruby code including parser, default functions and macros and about 30 lines for the repl) by using ruby code generation where possible
For example, lisp lambdas are represented as ruby lambdas defined with the code translated from lisp to ruby and lisp variables (including those where default functions/lambda are stored) are translated as ruby variables allowing reuse of the ruby stack instead of reimplement it
dslisprb executable with readline
Basic common lisp functions
caaaar, cdadar, cddra, etc…
See 'dslisprb –help' for usage information.
gem install dslisprb
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