This is librep, a Lisp system for UNIX, needed by Sawfish window
It contains a Lisp interpreter, byte-code compiler and virtual machine. Applications may use the Lisp interpreter as an extension language, or it may be used for stand-alone scripts.
The Lisp dialect was originally inspired by Emacs Lisp, but with the worst features removed. It also borrows many ideas from Scheme.
- Assume stack-direction ‘downwards’ for all sparc, hppa, mips, mipsel, ia64 and alpha variants (fixes compilation) [Christopher Bratusek]
- Fix compilation due to bug in libtool 2.0+ if /bin/sh is not /bin/bash [Christopher Bratusek]
- rules.mk clean-up [宋文武] [Daniel M. German]:
- Variables that depend on prefix should not be recursive
- Don’t set prefix, datadir, libdir, datarootdir and repdir
- Use pkg-config to get the absolute path for repcommonexecdir
- Update .gitignore [Meng Zhang]
- Update config.sub to 2014-09-11 from autoconf
License: GNU GPL v2