2006/6/19, Philipp Klaus Krause <pkk@spth.de>:
Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll wrote:
> No way. ECL requires at least 4 Mb on an Intel processor. Pointers must
> be 24 bits or larger, otherwise I doubt you get a reasonable
> performance. You should probably look at TinyLisp, which compiles to
> statically linked binaries, requires no GC and only links in the
> functions you need. The language, though, is probably very different
> from Common Lisp.

Where can I find more information about TinyLisp?
Google found a specification
http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~rona/tlisp/tlspec.html


Sorry, I mixed up the names. It is thinlisp: http://www.thinlisp.org/

Juanjo

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