Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme.scsh, comp.lang.scheme, comp.lang.lisp
From: l...@emf.emf.net (Tom Lord)
Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2003 01:55:05 -0000
Local: Mon, Mar 31 2003 8:55 pm
Subject: Re: Could somebody use SCSH, Sheme, or Lisp to create the "Lispm" architecture.
Is there any OpenSource OS or Arcitecture that uses Lisp,
How hard would it be to turn a Linux box into a Scheme/Lisp machine.
If one were freely available, and more people started using
It sounds like you are just playing around with ideas, so here are
1) Don't bother trying to make a new kernel. Use an existing one.
2) Don't bother trying to make a "pure lisp" system. Otherwise,
3) I think one lispm virtue that could stand to be reborn is the
4) An interesting starting place -- especially appropriate if you're
5) Another interesting starting place might be to work on replacing
6) Another lispm virtue (from what little I saw, anyway) was
7) Whence from there? You could dig in to making server functionality
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