I haven’t ‘blogged about my Scheme interpreter in ages. Development stopped from January through March, but I’ve been working on it again. Here are links to the earlier articles.
- Scheming, part 6
- Scheming, part 5
- Announcing kbscheme
- Scheming, part 3
- Scheming, part 2
- Scheming, part 1
- Not another Scheme interpreter!
The biggest new development is the reader. Most developers call them parsers, but Lisp people call them readers. I have written six readers for Scheme now, and I’ve effectively completed a class in advanced parsing theory. The current reader works very well, and I do not want to write another.