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- Ramza Brown
August 12, 2005, 1:46 pm
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Crazy, I know, but that is my question. Even google let me down:
Anybody know of a lisp interpreter in php?
And, I tried c.l.l. No dice. Even something similar. If you have
worked with lisp, you know what I am talking about. Something to handle
symbols, tags, keywords for example.
Ramza from Atlanta
Re: Lisp Interpreter in PHP
I know someone who wrote his own LISP interperter in Smalltalk. He spent
most of his time learning about LISP. And this guy insisted to post his
lisp interpreter - well, from LISP! The actual interpreter was a fairly
small program. I suppose porting from Smalltalk it to php would only
take a few days. But maybe it would be easyer to port a LISP interpreter
that was written in C, C++ or Java, those languages have a syntax very
similar to php, there is no i/o to be done (don't try to port an IDE ;-)
), just add some $ signs and an array() call here and there, maybe
remove some type declarations, replace some structs by classes, quite
straightforward i'd guess.
www.phpPeanuts.org (no LISP there, although context scouting does to a
certain extent replace seaside's use of continuations ;-) )