May as well throw an ISO up now, but don't expect it to be fun or useful. There won't be much point playing with it until I write a text editor and add the ability to import/export values over the serial port so you can save anything you make. It's missing really basic features to tostr, substr, concat, etc. and is still slow (but I know how to make it faster soon).
Here's how to install it to a fresh VM using qemu:
truncate -s 5M hdd.img
qemu-system-i386 -drive format=raw,if=ide,media=disk,index=0,file=hdd.img -cdrom "(λa.in).iso" -boot d
Here's how to boot it following installation:
qemu-system-i386 -drive format=raw,if=ide,media=disk,index=0,file=hdd.img -boot order=c
Type (this-env) to see the stuff the prelude defines. The following definitions are included in it:
>(proc-make formal-param-list env-list body-list)
Make a procedure with the specified formal params, environment, and body. See below for details.
Quotation, prevents evaluation. This is a normal function and must be used like (' a) rather than 'a.
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