SILK (Scheme in about 50 K) is a compact Scheme implementation in Java. SILK is a dialect of Scheme (it only partially implements continuations; strings are immutable; it adopts the Java conventions for the syntax and semantics of numbers).
SILK is intended as a scripting language for Java.
This paper gives an in depth look into the design of SILK.
Posted to fun by Ehud Lamm on 2/9/01; 3:58:01 AM