Jeronimo's cross-compile is working very well and he has been a great resou=
I think the prospect of sharing code between an embedded device and an
application server is pretty cool. Is was the best selling point to
get me into PicoLisp.
On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 6:28 AM, Jeronimo Pellegrini <j...@aleph0.info> wrote=
> This is a somewhat late announcement of PicoLisp packages for
> OpenWRT is a Linux distribution for embedded devices such as wireless
> routers. Instead of trying to create a single, static firmware, OpenWrt
> provides a fully writable filesystem with package management.
> The packages on that page are for version 3.0.3 of PicoLisp.
> There are also instructions on that page for running OpenWRT
> under qemu (which is useful for testing and staging).
> Since these packages will run on embedded devices, I have tried
> to include only what seemed necessary.
> All .l files in the top and lib/ directories and the binaries in bin/
> are copied to the package after compilation, plus the pico and pico-dbg
> scripts and the lib/ht binary.
> I have not included localization files (lo/), the files in misc/,
> games/ and app/ =A0-- but I'll be glad to make a larger version of
> the package with these if there are people interested (but check
> the available space on your device first, and compare it with the
> size of these directories otherwise the package wouldn't be installable
> I hope the packages will be useful!
> Jeronimo Pellegrini
>  I wasn't aware that there was a mailing list for PicoLisp until
> Daniel Elliot pointed me to some discussion here
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