A tiny lisp interpreter in Rust

I'm here again with another version of a tiny lisp interpreter made with Rust, the model used is not the best for all the cases but it's follows a simple idea who is experiment the capabilities of the language used to create them.

The steps to create the interpreter as presented like this way:

  • Scanner
  • AST printer
  • Parser
  • Interpreter

Has a lot more knowledge about but you can encounter on this source a better explanation about:

Crafting Interpreters

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GitHub - ktfth/rs-lisp
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