Jens Axel S�gaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| >>email@example.com (Rob Warnock) writes:
| >>>p.s. I've been musing off & on for some time about a "LAP-C"
| >>>[double pun intended], which would be an S-expr representation
| >>>of C source that would allow "convenience Lisp macros" for doing
| >>>all the neat compile-time stuff that "#define" is so terrible at.
| >>>Does anyone know of any past projects along those lines...?
| Do you know PreScheme?
| Source can be found in the distribution of Scheme48.
Yes, of course. But the last time I looked at it [which I admit was
quite some time ago] it seemed pretty closely targeted to generating
code for the Scheme48 VM. Do you know of anyone who has successfully
used it for some other target?
Rob Warnock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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