Femto-Emacs is an Emacs clone built on the Scheme dialect femtolisp.
If You Like LISP Then You'll Love APL
Notes on Transcription of a talk given by Professor Perlis at the APL’78 Conference held at Foothill College, Los Altos, CA. on 1978-03-29 revealed these gems:
- Contains all of the best attributes of written language
- Contains all of the best attributes of LISP… just more so
- Is a lyrical language
Chez Scheme Now Open Source
The other night I was daydreaming about buying a Chez Scheme license so I checked up on their license costs.
They are now Apache Licensed OSS.
Funny timing as they opened up only days prior.
The issue board is already active.
#chez on Freenode is blessed though the channel doesn’t seem to be up yet.
This is all delightful.
A Scheme Interpreter in Forth
This is an interpreter for a really simple dynamically scoped Scheme dialect. It only runs with Gforth, because it uses Gforth’s structs to implement its data structures.
Mastery, Questions, Hardware, Software, LISP, Forth, TI-99/4A
Over the last two years a few questions and ideas have visited me and the following is my attempt to piece them together…
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Driving a Printer with Scheme on Android
Ben implemented printing to a thermal printer on Android using Kawa Scheme.
Announce: PicoLisp in Hardware (PilMCU)
PilMCU is an implementation of 64-bit PicoLisp directly in hardware. A
truly minimalistic system. PicoLisp is both the machine language and the
Lexical Scope and Statistical Computing
Nice article on continuations
Scheme is, deceptively simple.
It is important to distinguish between the mathematical numbers, the Scheme objects that attempt to model them, the machine representations used to implement the numbers, and notations used to write numbers.
– R6RS Chapter 3