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Re: Platform Dependent Code

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: Platform Dependent Code
Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2008 15:56:59 -0400
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> I was thinking about making a javascript implementation that could be used
> in a browser. It would use some cgi scripts to do file I/O and window stuff
> would probably be easy enough to do with html/javascript. At this point, I'm
> just trying to gauge the level of work that would need to be done to make it
> happen. I would imagine that in addition to the windowing and file I/O I'd
> have to re-write the lisp interpreter, but this might be easier to do in
> javascript than C. I don't really know enough about this to judge anything
> though. Does anyone have any insight on these ideas: Size of code to be
> re-written? Difficulty of code that has to be re-done?

Sounds like a nice afternoon hack,


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