Sun Jan 24 14:42:36 CET 2010


Maybe I should start over using this[1] ANF compiler.  Or let it go
for a while, and rethink the purpose of the project.

What about focussing on something else instead?  Back to the libprim
roots: how to build a scripting engine on top of a collection of
primitive C objects without much effort?

I.e: given a collection of LEAF objects, automatically wrap them in
Scheme or PF.

Main idea: for systems programming dealing with scarse resources
(i.e. hardware units) asynchronous GC isn't always a nice model, as it
doesn't follow the plentiful memory resource model.

[1] http://schemecookbook.org/view/Cookbook/PearlANormalForm