From: Arthur Norman <acn1@ca...> - 2011-02-11 10:02:44
Anybody who fetches from subversion can now find the files in
trunk/csl/jlisp somewhat updated. It is NOT heavily tested and there will
be residual debug-print statements etc, so this is OK for either light use
or people who wish to play.
The Makefile there shows the very short scripts needed to build a
Java-hosted Lisp and then Reduce. The sysatem ends up building a single
3.3Mbyte files "reduce.jar" which can be used as in
java -jar reduce.jar (tries to pop up a window)
java -jar reduce.jar -w (should run as a console application)
Everything follows what happens with CSL quite closely.
There are a few glitches in the build log that PROBABLY represent things
that need implementing or updating in the Java code. Could anybody who
find bugs or has worthwhile enhancements to offer get back to me.