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Re: Wanted: Scheme simulator in MCL
- To: info-mcl
- Subject: Re: Wanted: Scheme simulator in MCL
- From: bc@Apple.COM (bill coderre)
- Date: 11 Oct 91 01:04:03 GMT
- Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp.mcl
- Organization: Apple Computer Inc., Cupertino, CA
- References: <58347@apple.Apple.COM>
In article <58347@apple.Apple.COM> email@example.com (bill coderre) writes:
|Is there a rinky Scheme interpreter/simulator that runs in Mac Common
|MacScheme, trade edition manual + disk of base-level implementation,
|is about $40. Obviously, I'm trying to cheap out.
Well, About a zillion people (thank you each of you) pointed me at
PSEUDO-SCHEME, a fairly-complete Scheme-in-CL implementation developed
by Jonathan Rees at the MIT AI Lab and the Cornell Robotics and Vision
Laboratory (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
You can get it by anonymous ftp to altdorf.ai.mit.edu. There is a
mailing-list about it: send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
to be added.
I haven't started playing with it yet, because getting it to load in
CL2 will take a few minutes that I haven't had recently. It does look
A few people also mentioned a free-ish Scheme-like standalone app
called gambit, which I haven't found yet. It, also, is spozed to be