[plt-scheme] [ANN] Heist: a Scheme interpreter in Ruby

From: James Coglan (jcoglan at googlemail.com)
Date: Tue Feb 24 19:20:53 EST 2009

Hi all,

Just a quick announcement that I've just released the first alpha version of
Heist, a Scheme interpreter in Ruby. It's currently fairly
arithmetic-focused, but it also has runtime support for some of the more
tricky stuff like tail recursion, macros and first-class continuations. More
info on my blog, and on Github:


Feedback very much appreciated. I know people are forking it already, and
while this is very gratifying I should point out I'm currently not accepting
patches as I'm writing this mostly for my own education. Implementation
advice and literature will be very gratefully received, however.

James Coglan
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