[holy ruby programmers batman!] stability / lisp interpreter
markus.prinz at qsig.org
Tue Jan 22 09:40:39 EST 2008
On 22.01.2008, at 15:02, Giles Bowkett wrote:
>>> [...] because based on code from a book I think it's probably pretty
>>> easy, or at least doable, to add a Lisp interpreter to IRB with
>>> Utility Belt.
>> Would that book be "Practical Ruby Projects"?
> Yup. I've been playing with the MIDI code in it too. It's fantastic.
Yeah. I'm working through the part with the genetic algorithms right
now. Haven't tried out the MIDI code yet because the SimpleSynth
software that you need for OS X wasn't available back when I first
But it's a great book, and if you need/want some help implementing
that Lisp interpreter I'd be glad to help.
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