April 18, 2005
Parrot Common Lisp
Cory Spencer's Parrot Common Lisp is an implementation of Lisp on the Parrot virtual machine.
From his announcement:
I'd like to announce the creation of the Parrot Common Lisp project, which
aims to implement a significant subset of the Common Lisp language. At
present it's nowhere near achieving that goal, but it's progressing slowly
as I figure out the intricacies of writing a Lisp implementation
PCL has reader macros, dynamic and lexical scoping and packages. It is an interpreter instead of a compiler, but apparently Cory plans on writing a compiler, too.
Posted by jjwiseman at April 18, 2005 12:39 PM
This is great news. Timely news, for me at least. I was thinking along the same lines as an exercise in learning the innards of common lisp.
Cool, sounds neato.
Yikes, what's with the picture?
Wow, just how many Lisp-related projects go by PCL now? Portable Common LOOPS, Practical Common Lisp, Parrot Common Lisp...
Gotta love the TLA overloading!
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