I've added syntax extensions to my LIPS Scheme. This is a way to extend the parser while the code is parsing the input. I plan to make it work more like Common Lisp reader macros. I didn't work on that language for a while, but the idea is simple to hook the reader into the parser for syntax extension. So when syntax token is found it will call a defined function and that function can use read to read stuff consumed by the parser.
Are there examples of using Lisp as an input file specification?
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Any REPL that supports syntax highlighting and auto-indentation
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I've been working on an r7rs scheme implemented in WebAssembly
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On the behaviors of "mapping functions" under lexical and dynamic scoping
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I Love Arch, But GNU Guix Is My New Distro
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