Since discovering libreCMC, I was discouraged by the lack of a lisp package. I was able today to hack together a TinyScheme Makefile for OpenWRT / libreCMC, and was able to build a mips_24kc package, which installs at least on my GL-AR300M units. It should install just as well on the GL-AR150 and the TPE-R1100.
EDIT: Package moved. See the more recent post.
This package, however, only installs TinyScheme itself, plus the
init.scm file. There is also a shared library for embedding TinyScheme in another application, but I had trouble getting that to build. But at least we have our interpreter:
root@pathos:~# tinyscheme TinyScheme 1.41 (+ 2 3 4) ts> 9 (write "Hello World!") ts> "Hello World!"#t (define (fact n) (if (= n 1) 1 (* n (fact (- n 1))))) ts> fact (fact 4) ts> 24
Scripts files can be used:
root@pathos:~# cat script.scm #!/usr/bin/tinyscheme -1 (display (string-append "2 + 2 = " (number->string (+ 2 2)) "\n")) root@pathos:~# ./script.scm 2 + 2 = 4