Is it possble to develop ipod touch application by using lisp which generate c libraries?

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Chanwoo Yoo

Nov 13, 2008, 8:24:08 AM11/13/08

Nowadays, I'm trying to make ipod touch toy applications. When I write
object-c or c code, I can't help miss macro and repl of lisp. As the
subject, I hope that I develop core functions with lisp (e.g. In game
application, they will be artificial intelligence parts), and make
them into c dynamic or static libraries. If cocoa touch application
can use shared libraries, object-c will be need in only GUI and
controller parts. Is it possible?

If it is possible, is there implementation which generate c libraries?
I looked around ECL, bigloo, and some other lisps, but I couldn't find
how to export symbols of var and function to external C and generate a
library rather than make standalone executable. Would you recommend a
good implementation(generate small binaries as possible, good
documentation...) for it?


Marc Feeley

Nov 14, 2008, 8:33:40 AM11/14/08
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