Purely functional dialect of Lisp
Otus Lisp (Ol in short) is a purely functional dialect of Lisp.
It implements an extended subset of R5RS Scheme including, but not limited to, some of the SRFIs. It's tiny(42kb), embeddable and crossplatform; can run in own sandbox; provides a portable, highlevel way for calling the code written in another languages. You can use Otus Lisp on Linux, Windows, Unix, Android and lot of any other operation systems with various (x86, x86_64, mips, arm, aarch64, ppc, etc.) architectures.
13 July 2018
13 July 2018
Leaders and contributors
|Yuriy Chumak (Iaaa)||Author, Maintainer|
Resources and communication
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