The "Home page" and "Console" of my EmuLisp that Christophe mentions, relates
to the first version of EmuLisp, which may now be regarded as obsolete. Thanks
to suggestions from Christophe, I have re-structured the code, corrected some
errors, and implemented a few new functions (more coming). Christophe’s github
repo has what I now call EmuLisp v.2. Instead of going with my old console
design, I have now, at least for my own use, based my new console on
jq-console. You can find it here:
One feature I plan to port from my old v.1 console is the canvas that lets you
monitor arbitrary Lisp expressions graphically.
On 28. aug. 2014, at 20:22, Christophe Gragnic <christophegrag...@gmail.com>
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 7:53 PM, Jakob Eriksson <ja...@aurorasystems.eu>
>> Is it hard to implement minimalist version of minipicolisp in browser ?
>> Like http://tryclj.com/ ?
> Hi Mike.
> There is EmuLisp, a JS implementation by Jon Kleiser.
> It is not advertised much on the official PicoLisp website.
> Jon wrote it as a pet project to understand the internals of PicoLisp better.
> It is of course much closer to ersatz or minipico than the real picolisp,
> and still far from complete but very usable.
> At least, I use it! I use it in a real project (an embedded language,
> with pedagogical purposes only).
> Jon is very reactive and try his best to answer/implement my suggestions.
> Home page:
> Semi-official and semi-main repo:
> A hint about the saneness of the implementation (how 'quote is implemented):
> The home page of my language (French only):
>> On August 28, 2014 7:41:12 PM CEST, Mike Pechkin <mike.pech...@gmail.com>
>> Maybe not with Emscripten.
> I once tried to compile minipico with emscripten. Discussed somewhere here:
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 7:52 PM, Michel Pelletier
> <pelletier.mic...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> The 64 bit version of picolisp can be ported to any "machine". There
>> is an existing emulator that generates C code, another emulator that
> I once thought about http://asmjs.org/ but as I understand this project,
> it is not what we could call a JS implementation of an asm.
> http://profgra.org/lycee/ (site pro)
> http://delicious.com/profgraorg (liens, favoris)