|Subject:||Re: [Bug-zile] Zile-on-Guile|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Mar 2013 18:29:28 +0000|
Interesting. I didn't look at the code, but I assume that it was started with a C Zile release.
I think I'm missing your point though... as I can't see the connection between Guile and Lua Zile. I'm pretty sure that the Guile as a target for 'compile other languages to Guile scheme so they interoperate' turned out to be an unimplementable misfiring. Is there a Guile binding for Lua?
Do you envision Lua Zile with a Guile binding to do the Lispy parts?
I'm pretty sure you're pointing me at something interesting, but I'm being too dumb to see it... maybe you could apply the clue-stick? ;-)
I'm also quite intrigued by the possibility of completing zlc (the zlisp->lua compiler that would fall out of my zmacs work quite naturally with a good application of elbow-grease), which would mean the equivalent of .el -> .elc in emacs for zmacs would be .zl -> lua-bytecodes. That seems like something that might be as fast as .elc...
Anyway, back on point..., on reflection, I imagine a guile-y flavour of zlisp would be an easy hack for an alternative zmacs. Zuile, anyone?
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