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klisp is an implementation of the Kernel Programming Language

klisp is an interpreter for the Kernel Programming Language. It aims at being comprehensive and robust as specified in the "Revised(-1) Report on the Kernel Programming Language (revised 29 October 2009)".

Kernel Programming Language is a Scheme-like dialect of Lisp in which everything is a first-class object. It features first class environments and statically scoped fexprs (called operatives). It was designed by John N. Shutt. You can read all about it at http://web.cs.wpi.edu/~jshutt/kernel.html

klisp is developed by Andres Navarro, a Computer Science undergraduate at Buenos Aires University (UBA). You can reach him at canavarro82@gmail.com. Significant contributions are being made by Oto Havle in his fork over at https://bitbucket.org/havleoto/klisp



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Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
klisp documentationSupporthttp://klisp.org/docs/index.html
Kernel Programming LanguageHomepagehttp://web.cs.wpi.edu/~jshutt/kernel.html

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