Scheme in Haskell?
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 20:45:03 -0800
At 2002-02-18 20:23, David Feuer wrote:
>I would be very surprised if no one had written a Scheme interpreter in
>Haskell. It is an obvious project for an undergrad like myself. Good
>practice playing with monads and such. I'm planning to try it at some
Jolly good. Please license it to me under GPL when you're R5RS-compliant.
>Query: Aside from learning about Scheme and about writing interpreters,
>what purpose would this serve? The natural language for writing Scheme
>interpreters is Scheme, and the language that would probably be desired
>for efficiency is C.
I want to use Scheme as a general "user scripting language" for such
things as transforming XML documents, etc., as part of my project
("Truth") to provide a user interface to all information [insert maniacal
Bond villain laugh here]. A bit like Guile, I suppose.
Ashley Yakeley, Seattle WA