Towards a Language for Defining and Composing Languages
Casper Bach Poulsen
Date: Wed, September 15, 2021
Room: Casper's Zoom Room
Developing and exporing new programming languages requires significant effort and expertise on behalf of language designers. For this reason, it is an ongoing topic of research in the PL community to enable the development of languages by composing and reusing pre-defined definitional interpreters for language features. In this talk, I’ll describe some of the main challenges with defining composable interpreters, and describe our recent efforts on developing a new language with integrated support for defining and composing interpreters.
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