define-ext

beta

Plugin-based foreign code embedder for newLISP

As of 2013-07-06, this project may now be found at https://github.com/rowanthorpe/define-ext.

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Description

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NB: All new development is continued at http://github.com/rowanthorpe/define-ext and newer versions can be found there. The versions found here are for archival purposes only.
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A newLISP - www.newlisp.org - macro which allows the user to "define" callable foreign code inline just as they would "define" a lambda or macro. C, Assembly and plain Object Code plugins are included. The Object Code plugin has no external dependencies. The C and Assembly plugins rely on the existence of a TCC .dll/.so file somewhere in the PATH - www.tinycc.org (at present standard binary releases of TCC don't include the .dll/.so file, but it can be easily compiled from the source releases). New plugins for other compiled languages (like Fortran or ECL) should be trivially easy to create using the existing ones as templates.

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Features

  • Portable
  • Small
  • Extensible

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Lisp

Registered

2011-12-21
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