Kermit - an example interpreter

This is an example interpreter written using PyPy. A preferred way to walk
through it is to follow the history of commits. Interesting tags are 

parser-boilerplate - just cruft to make parser run
first-parse-test - enough support to make the first test of parser pass
parser-complete - implement enough of parser to run simple ifs and whiles
compiler-start - pass the first compiler test

Generally after each change, all py.test tests should pass.  You can install 
py.test from pytest.org using "pip install -U pytest".

Kermit imports from pypy so add it to your PYTHONPATH with something like 
"export PYTHONPATH=~/pypy".

If you don't have a good debugger at hand, you can walk through 
the code by using winpdb with "~/kermit$ winpdb /usr/local/bin/py.test" 
to start and set a breakpoint at a function by typing  
"bp kermit/test/test_parser.py:test_parse_basic" in it's console.

Compiling kermit

To compile kermit first you need a copy of the pypy source code::
    $ hg clone https://bitbucket.org/pypy

Now grab a copy of this sample::
    $ hg clone https://bitbucket.org/pypy/example-interpreter
Now run the RPython translation tool on `targetkermit.py`::
    $ cd example-interpreter
    $ PYTHONPATH=../pypy python ../pypy/rpython/bin/rpython targetkermit.py
You're done! Now run the kermit interpreter::
    $ ./targetkermit-c
Enjoy :)