Is there any OpenSource OS or Arcitecture that
uses Lisp, Scheme, or ScSh to create a Lisp Machine.
One possilbe Lispm is
and there was also talk about an Explorer II emulator.
How hard would it be to turn a Linux box into a Scheme/Lisp machine.
Are there any OS's that are written in Lisp/Scheme?
Could Linux be ported from C into Lisp/Scheme, and would this
constitute a Lispm.
Please help with a Lisp/Scheme based OS.
If one were freely available, and more people started using and liking
it, it could cause a rebirth of the Lisp Machine--just like Linux
rebirth of UNIX.
The only important thing is to not tie the Lispm to a specific chip,
or Machine like Symbolics, LMI, Xerox, TI, and the Scheme Chip did but
to make it able
to run on all hardware--so that more people could try it out.
Porting Linux into a Lisp/Scheme OS would be a great start.