David Vázquez

04 January 2013

Lisp to Javascript compiler

Tags:
  • lisp
  • javascript
  • compiler

UPDATE 22 Nov 2014: The project was renamed to JSCL and now is hosted at http://github.com/davazp/jscl. You can also try the live demo.


Raimon Grau and I have been working on a simple Lisp to Javascript compiler, in order to better understand how to bootstrap it. Now we got it. It compiles itself and the resulting code can be used from the browser. It can even call its own internals, which is quite nice.

It is not very helpful, you can try it. Now I have to think if it could be useful for something... maybe a live Lisp tutorial, or make it suitable for Android. Any suggestions?

The repository with the whole history is at:

http://github.com/davazp/ecmalisp/

Raimon Grau and I have been working on a simple Lisp to Javascript compiler, in order to better understand how to bootstrap it. Now we got it. It compiles itself and the resulting code can be used from the browser. It can even call its own internals, which is quite nice.

It is not very helpful, you can try it. Now I have to think if it could be useful for something... maybe a live Lisp tutorial, or make it suitable for Android. Any suggestions?

The repository with the whole history is at:

http://github.com/davazp/ecmalisp/

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