Wow! This is amazing!

Great work. I have asked before, but forgot the answer. Is what we like
to call
"64-bit" picolisp also portable to 32-bit CPUs?

Or would it take a kludge of some sort?

best regards,

On 4/27/11 1:02 PM, Alexander Burger wrote:
> Hi all,
> 64-bit PicoLisp now also runs on PowerPC/Linux :)
> So this is the second CPU supported (in addition to x86-64).
> Thanks to Nikolai Zobnin! I could use his hardware to do the port. Seems
> to work well: It assembles itself, and the unit tests in "lib/test.l"
> and "misc/bigtest" pass.
> Probably some speed optimizations could be done. The generated code
> seems not very efficient, and there might be improvements like
> instruction reordering or direct cache management. I don't know enough
> about that, so I'll leave it the way it is for now.
> Available in the current testing release (version
> Cheers,
> - Alex


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