Peridot: A functional language based on two-level type theory

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  • peridot

    Discontinued A fast functional language based on two level type theory

    Hey! I'm Peridot's author. Peridot is a language based on two-level type theory which allows for the compiler backend to be written in userspace. The language is really two languages tied together: a logic language, and a dependently typed functional language. The former is built for metaprogramming - high-level optimizers and compilers can be written that translate the latter language into a target language of choice. An in-depth explanation of the language's rationale can be found here.

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  • unseemly

    Macros have types!

    Did you take a look at paul stansifer's unseemly? https://github.com/paulstansifer/unseemly cc /u/paul_stansifer

  • typer

    One of my professor's is also working on a dependently typed language with lisp like macros. It's called typer

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