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Re: [tlug] elisp interpreter

On Saturday, 31 October 2015, Jean-Christophe Helary <> wrote:
I'm looking for a way to elegantly run elisp programs outside of Emacs. [...] it does not have to be Emacs interpreting the thing

Well, if it doesn't need to be Emacs interpreting the thing, you could write an elisp interpreter in Perl or Python or whatever pretty easily. The problem is that such an interpreter wouldn't be very useful without all of the standard libraries, and getting those all working outside of the Emacs environment sounds like quite a lot of work.

What are you trying to accomplish with these elisp programs? Could you easily port them to Sceme or Common Lisp, or even Clojure?


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