Subject: Re: [9fans] and now, for something completely different...
From: Kazumi Iwane <iwane@[REDACTED]>
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 1998 13:13:25 +0900
I ported hugs (ver.1.3?) to plan9 and it was almost o.k.
The code made heavy use of macro and "lisp-like" calling
style, such as
val = f(g(h(i(j(k(arg))))));
8c choked at a few places like the above with the diag
message "out of fixed registers". Creating intermediate
temporaries made the compiler happy.
In message <email@example.com>,
>"Russ Cox" writes:
>| has anyone written/ported a lisp interpreter for/to plan9?
>Some of the small scheme interpreters port pretty easily. (They're
>less functional and more quirky than common lisp, of course.)