Syntactic Abstraction in Scheme (1993)

by Kent Dybvig , Robert Hieb , Carl Bruggeman
Venue:Lisp and Symbolic Computation
Citations:23 - 3 self

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5 The Scheme of Things: Implementing Lexically Scoped Macros – Jonathan Rees - 1993
14 Expansion-Passing Style: A General Macro Mechanism – R. Kent Dybvig, Daniel P. Friedman, Christopher T. Haynes - 1988
7 A confluent calculus of macro expansion and evaluation – Ana Bove, Laura Arbillay - 1992
2 Macros that Work Together Compile-time bindings, partial expansion, and definition contexts – Matthew Flatt, Ryan Culpepper, David Darais, Robert Bruce Findler
9 Hierarchical Modularity And Intermodule Optimization – Matthias Blume - 1997
27 Extending the Scope of Syntactic Abstraction – Oscar Waddell, R. Kent Dybvig - 1999
14 First-class macros have types – Alan Bawden - 2000
7 Macroexpansion Reflective Tower – Christian Queinnec - 1996
3 Merging Interactive, Modular, and Object-Oriented Programming – Sho-Huan Simon Tung - 1992
PLT @ Northeastern University – Sam Tobin-hochstadt
14 Scoping Constructs for Program Generators – Yannis Smaragdakis, Don Batory - 1996
An Optimized R5RS Macro Expander – Sean Reque, Quinn Snell, Sean Reque - 2013
13 From Macros to Reusable Generative Programming – Shriram Krishnamurthi , Matthias Felleisen, Bruce F. Duba - 1999
40 Quasiquotation in Lisp – Alan Bawden - 1999
1 How to Write Seemingly Unhygienic and Referentially Opaque Macros with Syntax-rules – Oleg Kiselyov
How to Write Seemingly Unhygienic and Referentially Opaque Macros with Syntax-rules ∗ – unknown authors
7 A Theory of Hygienic Macros – David Herman, Mitchell W
17 Little Languages and their Programming Environments – John Clements, Paul Graunke, Shriram Krishnamurthi, Matthias Felleisen - 2001
2 Language Support for Program Generation: Reasoning, Implementation, and Applications – Zhe Yang, Olivier Danvy, Benjamin Goldberg - 2001