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New version of Pysch

Pysch is a Scheme runtime environment.

In this release we demonstrate handling of Python AST as XML and application of the XSLT to Python AST. XSLT is indeed emulated by a SXSLT program written in Scheme, but it is not important.

We also improved lookup of Scheme variables, so interpreter works 3 times faster on SXSLT code.

Posted by Oleg Paraschenko 2004-10-27

Pysch is awarded as bizarre

Pysch is a Scheme runtime environment in Python. It was announced a day ago in conferences comp.lang.scheme and comp.lang.python. From the announce <http://www.google.ru/groups?lr=&selm=1e015c2a.0410070804.6e84016d%40posting.google.com>:

"... Pysch relies on Bigloo to preprocess a source code of
Scheme programs (expand macros) and to save the result
as XML. Pysch interprets only the refined XML. ..."... read more

Posted by Oleg Paraschenko 2004-10-09

First release of Pysch, Scheme runtime environment in Python

I'd like to announce addition to the list of Scheme
interpreters written in the Python language.

Pysch:
http://pysch.sourceforge.net/

I wrote Pysch for my own research goals, but I think
that it may be useful for general public.

Pysch relies on Bigloo to preprocess a source code of
Scheme programs (expand macros) and to save the result
as XML. Pysch interprets only the refined XML.

Pysch supports only a subset of the Scheme functions
library. Anyway, the subset is big enough to run
SXPath and SXSLT code.

Posted by Oleg Paraschenko 2004-10-08