A shared library that implements a Lisp dialect.
The librep shared library implements a Lisp dialect that is
lightweight, reasonably fast, and extensible. It contains an
interpreter, byte-code compiler, and virtual machine. Applications may
use the interpreter as an extension language, or it may be used for
standalone scripts. The Lisp dialect was originally inspired by Emacs
Lisp. Unlike Emacs Lisp, the reliance on dynamic scope has been
removed and librep only has a single namespace for symbols.
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This is librep, a Lisp system for UNIX. It contains a Lisp interpreter,
byte-code compiler and virtual machine. Applications may use the Lisp
interpreter as an extension language, or it may be used for stand-alone
The Lisp dialect was originally inspired by Emacs Lisp, but with the
worst features removed. It also borrows many ideas from Scheme.
It is known to com
* Tar file handling no longer requires GNU tar
* The `defvar' special form can now take only a single argument
* The reader now treats `#\return' characters as white space
* Other miscellaneous bug fixes...
* Don't restrict symbols exported from plugin libraries, some need
to export symbols to work properly (this bug only seemed to
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TODO list for librep
Bugs are marked !, things that should be done soon are marked +,
and more long-term ideas are marked -
! uses setlocale("LC_NUMERIC", "C") to make floating point I/O work,
need to reimplement this locally
[ this is only done temporarily now, but rep-gtk still has some
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