Hi Christophe, > I'm interested by a clang compatible version, just to see what > emscripten will make of it. > For the sake of the experience I'm gonna try anyway.
Nice! Probably much more interesting (and useful) would be to port the pil64 assembler to clang. I considered that initially, but then gave up for the same reasons (no control over stack and CPU flags). > By the way, is the source of miniPicoLisp in the repo at code.google? > https://code.google.com/p/picolisp/source/browse/ No, miniPicoLisp is separate. In fact, I had already stopped maintaining it (after pil64 was out), but then went on to keep it in sync with all relevant changes and fixes. So it is only available as a tarball at http://software-lab.de/miniPicoLisp.tgz ♪♫ Alex -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe