a small lisp interpreter

A small lisp interpreter that I wrote during a hackfest. The goal was to interpret a given lisp program. I've implemented just the features needed for that program to work. This is really small - just a few LOC - but it really goes a long way to show what can be created easily in Ruby.

Duration: May 2009 - May 2009
Size: Small
Employer: open source
URL: http://github.com/kschiess/toylisp/tree/master
Skills used: Lisp Ruby


Last modified: 7. June 2009