Hi Alex,

> It is a complete rewrite. Even the implementation language changed.
> Instead of C it is written in a generic assembler (which in turn is
> written in PicoLisp :) that generates GNU assembler code (currently
> there is only a x86-64 generator, but other CPUs are possible).

I guess that miniPicoLisp is not 64 bit incarnation of future
picoLisp-3 then?

What are the reasons for a) complete rewrite and b) switching from C
to asm?

Cheers,

Tomas
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