[plt-scheme] Java Bindings to PLT Scheme

From: Alex Peake (alex.peake at comac.com)
Date: Wed Feb 9 11:11:30 EST 2005

Hello Pedro,

Just in case you are not already aware, you could look at SISC, Bigloo and Kawa -- all
implementations of Scheme on the JVM


> Message: 1
> From: Pedro Pinto <ppinto at cs.cmu.edu>
> Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 19:29:18 -0500
> To: plt-scheme at list.cs.brown.edu
> Subject: [plt-scheme] Java Bindings to PLT Scheme
> Fellow PLTers,
> I have recently come to the conclusion that Java is the new 
> C, at least as far as the open source world is concerned. I 
> have been searching for some open source packages for 
> distributed processing/enterprise integration and most of the 
> interesting stuff I have found is Java based. I find this to 
> be a step in the right direction, but still, what I really 
> want is to use Scheme, PLT that is. So, I was wondering, as 
> anyone looked into providing Java bindings to PLT Scheme? It 
> has been done before for Common Lisp [1] and my experience 
> with Dotnet [2] tells me it should not be terribly hard. I 
> would not minding putting some time into this, but I lack 
> skills in the Java arcane. Would anyone be interested in 
> helping me out?
> -pp
> [1] http://jfli.sourceforge.net/
> [2] http://www.rivendell.ws/dot-scheme

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