After my embarrassing post about anaconda, I’ve awakened a Jonesing for working again in Lisp. I think I’ll look for a project to contribute to — maybe start by fixing some minor bugs in an Emacs package, or something similar.
(Note: This post refers to functionality provided by geiser-scsh.)
Most Scheme 48 and scsh programmers are familiar with the \,dis command. It allows you to disassemble Scheme code (a procedure or continuation) into the “assembly” understood by the Scheme 48 virtual machine. 633 more words