I just started to write a ISLisp to C translator.
I’ve read the source code of Kyoto Common Lisp (currently known as Gnu Common Lisp (GCL, not Gnu CLisp)) before, which uses a C compiler on the fly. So I knew that’s possible.
My goal is to write portable code.
And another project is to link with the Gnu MP library (the GNU multiple precision arithmetic library).
By the way, I’m using the Boehm–Demers–Weiser conservative garbage collector.
Download the latest kiss.zip (the translator has not been included yet.)
KISS is aimed to be a conforming ISLisp processor.
The development is at the initial stage.
The current KISS is an interpreter written in C and ISLisp.
The rep loop is already running.
The object system and generic functions are working, too.
The license of this software is GPL. See gpl.txt in the zip file.
Download the latest version of kiss.zip .
Any comments are welcome.
I read English and Japanese.