Lithp is an expandable LISP interpreter with a very small footprint. It is designed to let programmers add LISP programs and simple configuration files to projects with very little binary space. File parsing, tree building, and more than 35 LISP functions are implemented.
|Tags||Software Development Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: "set" and "setq" were combined to reduce code size. Single parameter "defun" calls and parsing over tab characters were fixed. The commands "garbage-collect", "enum" and "select" were added, as was a "Hello, World" sample.
Release Notes: More than 35 LISP functions implemented including user-definable functions with 'defun'. The parser has been updated to use a more flexible callback mechanism to read in LISP expressions. The source documentation has also been updated.
Release Notes: Interpreter now passes around lists of items, rather than just integers. More than thirty LISP functions are now supported.