It occured to me that since Lectrote is a desktop application, nothing prevents it to use C interpreters compiled with RemGlk instead of Quixe. The benefits would be that Lectrote would be faster (I suppose) and that it could play a lot more interpreters (all those here, in fact).
I have already compiled the interpreters on Windows, macOS and Linux, so I know that it is possible.
So would that be a good thing? Could that be added to Lectrote or should someone write a brand new app (that I could write, I suppose) ?
Nothing urgent of course, juste a thought that I had.