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Re: Guile compiler

From: Marco Parrone
Subject: Re: Guile compiler
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 19:45:43 +0200
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Linas Vepstas on Wed, 14 Apr 2004 11:00:44 -0500 writes:

> On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 12:03:55PM -0300, Jos? Roberto B. de A. Monteiro was 
> heard to remark:

>> Is there a Guile compiler, or bit compiler?

Some time ago links about Hobbit compiler for Guile were posted on
this list.

> There are many scheme compilers.  Some generate c code, some
> generate java bytecodes that can be run as if it were standard 
> java.  I don't remember all of the names I think one is called 
> 'stalin'. google is your friend.

Chicken Scheme (to C compiler) seems to be another different good
compiler (it contains an interpreter too).

GNU/MIT Scheme runs interpreted, byte-compiled and compiled code.

<> contains a list of Scheme implementations too.

Marco Parrone (marc0) <address@hidden> [0x45070AD6]

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