> Doing without the help of a shell is also possible, perhaps a lot
> more efficient but a bit unintuitive:
> : (pipe
> (pipe (in "lib.l" (out '(base64) (echo)))
> (out '(wc "-l")
> (echo) ) )
> (read) )
> -> 145
that's what I was after. It is a bit unintuitive but possible!
> I don't have 'bcrypt' installed, but from the code I suspect that these
> messages are sent to stderr. I see no easy way to suppress them (if
> 'bcrypt' has no "silent" option),
You are right, the prompts go to stderr. And it has no silent option.
> except for redirecting stderr of the whole picoLisp process.
Do you mean redirecting stderr of the main picolisp process at the
start from shell or is there a way of redirecting forked child
processes, maybe with some trick like (out '/dev/null (in 2 (echo)))?
>> (unless (<= 8 (length (pipe (prin Salt) (line T))) 56)
> This can simply be achieved by
> (unless (<= 8 (length Salt) 56)
> as 'length' already returns the desired value.
This is true if Salt is always a symbol but the length is different
for numbers and lists. I wanted to keep it general and use the newly
learned pipe command;-)
>> (let (F (pipe (call 'mktemp) (line T))
>> (let F (in '(mktemp) (line T))
Now I see:-)
Thank a lot,
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