From: Brannon King (brannonking_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-12 11:44:29
Would it be robust enough to run the ol' NESL parser? Link:
I just worry that it would not be sufficient to run existing LISP programs.
LISP scripting has died off; I'd be more interested in using it for support
of legacy code.
> I want to suggest a new boost library, that could be used to
> parse and run lisp programs.
> I think of a way to create at compile time a language
> interpreter with list syntax, but with only the needed
> features. It could be used for people who need to run simple
> scripts from a C++ program, but who don't want to use python.
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