Hi all!

For those who wishes to use picolisp in Windows: try to use coLinux instead of 
Cygwin (see also "andLinux"),
coLinux seems to work fine, and you can compile "native" linux version of 
picolisp
Homepage of coLinux: http://www.colinux.org/

1) Download coLinux kernel from http://sourceforge.net/projects/colinux/files/
2) Download root filesystem image from 
http://sourceforge.net/projects/colinux/files/ (I tried Ubuntu 9.04)
3) Install them and edit example.conf. 
4) Start coLinux: colinux-daemon.exe @example.conf 
That's all!
Then you can do all as in usual linux terminal (install gcc, fetch and install 
picolisp) 

Best regards, 
Mansur

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