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Python-like programming language interpreter written in Python (github.com/akrylysov)
39 points by KAdot on Jan 4, 2016 | hide | past | favorite | 6 comments



Meta? You want meta? Try byterun [1], a full Python bytecode executor written in Python...

[1] https://github.com/nedbat/byterun


We had to write a scheme like language interpreter in scheme in grad school. I found it very meta, but interesting.

Northeastern Prof Wand taught the class, a quick google reveals it was 3 book versions ago. Still teaching in Scheme though the book is 2009 (Racket).

http://www.eopl3.com

And the git source from the book (more useful with the book though...): https://github.com/mwand/eopl3


Thanks so much for posting this, you've inspired me to try my hand at writing a similar parser. I'll definitely be using your code as reference as I go!


Thanks, the lexer implementation helps me a lot for my compiler design course :-)


tldr: ?


python-like interpreter in python.

inception reference




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