Install Composer by following the instructions on their website.
Require the package using Composer
Create a new directory and require the project using composer:
$ mkdir mylisp $ cd mylisp $ composer require maddy83/madlisp
vendor/bin/madlisp executable to start the interpreter. Start the REPL with the
$ vendor/bin/madlisp -r >
You can evaluate Lisp code interactively inside the REPL:
> (+ 1 2 3) 6
Adding the executable on your path
For convenience, it is recommended to add the directory of the
madlisp executable to the PATH of your shell so that you can invoke it simply by typing
madlisp from any directory.
For example, if you are using the Bash shell, and assuming the executable is in
~/mylisp/vendor/bin, you could add the following to your