> What are the features of PicoLisp 3? Anything radically changed?
No, nothing at all :-)
Just that it has an extended internal architecture ("doc/structures"),
and is written in a generic assembly language, which in turn is written
in PicoLisp. Therefore, it has nuch cleaner internal structures and
The 32-bit version will stay as it is (written in C), and the 64-bit
version will be in the same installation directory, so that the user can
chose whether which sources to build from.