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GPS mapping application in uLisp (ulisp.com)
54 points by kristianp on Nov 16, 2018 | hide | past | favorite | 4 comments

This is really nice! I wonder how well the ulisp compiler does with optimization - especially for code size. My group is developing Clasp Common Lisp and we use the Cleavir compiler (https://github.com/clasp-developers/clasp and https://github.com/robert-strandh/SICL). Cleavir is a new project to develop a powerful, portable Common Lisp compiler and it could be used to compile lisp dialects.

ulisp is an interpreter for very tiny machines and it really runs with very tiny RAM sizes from 2kybtes (!) onwards.

As a side note, I have build a C++ refactoring tool and I would have loved to be able to do it with Clasp but the lack of documentation and tutorial (probably because the project is still young) drew me away (the only thing I could find is a youtube demo you did years ago).


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