Might be nice to keep as much of that as possible with an android ndk/jni 
approach also. For example for C file io one could do something like:


Android picolisp would definitely need to coexist with java classes, no way 
around it, I think.



--- On Thu, 7/7/11, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
> Well, not only that. It is the only way to get PicoLisp
> running on
> non-POSIX systems, and an easy way to build a non-browser
> GUI. It has
> more features than miniPicoLisp (bignums, utf-8,
> networking, tasks,
> timers, call, piped-I/O) plus access to lots of Java
> classes.
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