Lisp concrete syntax -- was: Namespaces and DTDs
ricko at allette.com.au
Tue Mar 16 01:22:58 GMT 1999
You can make LISP into SGML by short-reffing
( to "<sexp><car>"
) to "</sexp>"
allowing end-tag ommission on the car element and cdr element type,
and within a car element type, short-ref white-space to "</car><cdr>".
Depending on the kind of LISP, you may need to also handle
quotes and other delimiters, to taste.
This marks up
(+ 1 1)
which is a nice start for parsing. (If you think cad and cdr
would be confusing, use some other name.)
You could indeed continue this and get
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