Have you written your own language in itself yet?

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  • Mini-LISP

    a LISP interpreter

    Yes. I wrote a variation of Lisp to practice c++: https://github.com/GollyTicker/Mini-LISP

  • xvm

    Ecstasy and XVM

    Parts of Ecstasy are now implemented in Ecstasy. Here's the Lexer, for example.

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  • hrafn

    Yes, I wrote Hrafn: https://gitlab.com/nulldatamap/hrafn The language is very small. It has a few atomic data-types (integers, symbols, nil and bools), lists (well, nil and cons-pairs) and first-class closures.

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