[Ecls-list] Embedding ECL interpreter in a C++ application

Michael O'Connor moconnor59 at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 1 13:46:02 UTC 2004


I have a task that requires me to embed a lisp
interpreter into a C++ application (primarily in order
to provide configuration information to the app, but
also to allow some data manipulation). The interpreter
will be called by the C++ app and needs to read a
named lisp file, compile to bytecode, and run the
bytecode over lots of different sets of data provided
by the app.

I've been looking at using ECL for this, but I can't
find any explanation or examples of how to embed the
interpreter in a C/C++ app. So now I'm wondering if
ECL is intended for this type of use?

If not, is there a more suitable lisp interpreter



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