Building a Lisp to Javascript Compiler Building a Lisp to Javascript Compiler / tutorial / free

In this post, I’m going to show you how I made a Lisp to Javascript compiler. Compilers are notoriously hard to understand and therefore make for great mind-bending exercises. Exactly my idea of weekend fun.
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submitted about 5 years ago, by blueberry
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Compilers always fascinate me. Even though I don't know lisp I read stuff like this. :p

pineapple, about 5 years ago

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