The easiest way to get started with rhoScript is to
try rhoScript online
. If you feel you absolutely must
download rhoScript, keep reading.
There are currently no pre-built binaries of rhoScript, but it is not hard
to build. You can get the initial alpha version of the code here.
Then you will need to download the SBCL
common lisp compiler (rhoScript may or may not run under other CL implementations).
After installing SBCL, run compiler.lisp and you will be dumped in to a lisp repl.
You will need to have installed cl-ppcre
There is a read macro set up so that commands between [ and ] will be read as
rhoScript high-level commands.
In the future prebuilt binary packages will also be here.