moribund <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| Speaking of small Lispish interpreters, what is the smallest one anyone
| has run into that implemented enough of the language to be useful...
TinyScheme <URL:http://www.altera.gr/dsouflis/tinyscm.html> is claimed to
contain almost all of R5RS Scheme, is only ~64 KB compiled on x86 Linux,
and is useful enough that its author's company uses it in their Web server
as a scripting language.
I'm sure you could do something much smaller if you have a looser definition
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