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Is it technically possible to write a JS interpreter using Lisp macro readers, in the browser?

Using macros readers, it's possible to interpret JavaScript, and have it compiled just like normal Common Lisp code. Hence getting the benefits of Lisp implementations, notably their performance. ...
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How to translate Lisp to Javascript [closed]

I have some legacy code, which uses Lisp as it's scripting language. To broaden, ease and accelerate scripting I'd like to replace Lisp by Javascript. In order to be able to built on all present ...
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Is eval the defmacro of javascript?

In Common Lisp, defmacro basically allows us to build our own DSL. I read this page today and it explains something cleverly done: But I wasn't about to write out all these boring predicates ...