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QF: Scheme under MCL
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org (David Yost)
- Subject: QF: Scheme under MCL
- From: Steve Strassmann <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 2 Oct 1992 18:01:37 -0500
- Cc: info-mcl
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (David Yost)
>Somewhere there is a Scheme that runs under MCL.
>Could someone please tell me who did it and/or where to get it?
I don't know if any of these have been tested in MCL, but this
is from the lisp-faq listing (from think.com):
Free Scheme Implementations implemented in Lisp:
Peter Norvig's book "Paradigms of AI Programming" has a chapters about
Scheme interpreters and compilers, both written in Common Lisp. The
software from the book is available by anonymous ftp from
unix.sri.com:pub/norvig and on disk in Macintosh or DOS format from
the publisher, Morgan Kaufmann. For more information, contact: Morgan
Kaufmann, Dept. P1, 2929 Campus Drive, Suite 260, San Mateo CA 94403,
or call Toll free tel: (800) 745-7323; FAX: (415) 578-0672
PseudoScheme is available free by anonymous ftp from
altdorf.ai.mit.edu:/archive/pseudo/pseudo-2-8.tar.Z. It is Scheme
implemented on top of Common Lisp, and runs in Lucid, Symbolics CL,
VAX Lisp under VMS, and Explorer CL. It should be easy to port to
other Lisps. It was written by Jonathan Rees (email@example.com,
firstname.lastname@example.org). Send mail to email@example.com
to be put on a mailing list for announcements. Conforms to R3RS except
for lacking a correct implementation of call/cc. It works by running
the Scheme code through a preprocessor, which generates Common Lisp code.
Scheme88 is available by anonymous ftp from rice.edu:public/scheme88.sh
and also from the Scheme Repository.
(The Scheme Repository is at nexus.yorku.ca)