Hi all. I was thinking of doing a personal project, and I was\nconsidering which, out of my favorite two languages (Perl and Lisp) I\nshould do it in, when I decided I could combine both into one awesome\nproject!\n\nI want to write a Lisp interpreter in Perl, but I was wondering a few\nthings before undertaking such a task:\n\n1) Has it been done before? I did a search through CPAN, and found a\nfew implementations of some Lisp things, but not a complete\ninterpretor, and a search on google returned a few things as well, but\nnothing complete. So has anyone heard of this being done?\n\n2) Is it impossible? I can understand (and indeed, I look forward to)\na challenge, but if there is some reason it will be impossible, I'd\nlike to know before putting time into it.\n\n3) Does anyone have any advice? Luckily for me, most of the ANSI Lisp\nfunctions can be written using other Lisp code, so if I can provide\nbasic functionality, I could be pretty well set. But if anyone has\nany words of wisdom, I'd be glad to hear.\n\nAlright, thanks guys, and sorry if I'm wasting your time!