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Re: good papers on graphics in scheme/lisp?

From: Blake Shaw
Subject: Re: good papers on graphics in scheme/lisp?
Date: Sat, 05 Mar 2022 01:18:11 +0700

Matt Wette <> writes:

> On 3/3/22 11:29 AM, Blake Shaw wrote:
>> <> writes:
>>> On Wed, Mar 02, 2022 at 12:34:32PM -0500, Olivier Dion via General
>>> Guile related discussions wrote:
>>>> On Wed, 02 Mar 2022, Blake Shaw <> wrote:
>>> [...]
>>>>> Also, one last thing, I'm considering attempting to create a DSL that
>>>>> compiles to a subset of GLSL like Chicken's GLLS library[4], as I'm
>>>>> becoming more and more interested in compilation. I remember reading
>>>>> somewhere about a Guile library that allows you to write C in Guile,
>>>> I think you are refering to
>>>> <>.
>>>> There's also <> that can be helpful if
>>>> you're familiar with LALR(1) parsers.
>>> Actually NYACC comes with a pretty complete C99 compiler [1], which is
>>> used to generate FFI bindings. So perhaps using that as a stepping stone
>>> towards GLSL doesn't sound that crazy...
>>> Cheers
>>> [1]
>> oh wow i didn't see that it ships with a c99 parser, I have only touched
>> the FFI helper -- thanks for pointing me here, this is a massive leg up.
>> sounding less and less crazy by the minute :)
> Note nyacc comes with a c99 parser, not compiler.  mes has the back end.
> The best paper I read on C++ for FFI was the one wrapping Qt for python,
> but that was many years ago.  I found this more recent link:
> Maybe it can be helpful..
> Matt
This looks like great help, thanks!


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