Perhaps not simpler but my thinking is that it's probably easier to find
resources on C plus getting to know C better might have higher utility than
On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 4:44 PM, Alabhya Singh <alab...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Thanks Henrik.
> May be because pil32 and C are simpler than pil64 and assembly
> * From: * Henrik Sarvell <hsarv...@gmail.com>;
> * To: * <email@example.com>;
> * Subject: * Re: Implementation Education
> * Sent: * Thu, Aug 7, 2014 9:31:10 AM
> Hi Alabhya, if I were you I would learn enough C to understand the
> pil32 source and then go through it.
> On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Alabhya Singh <alab...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> To be able to use a language with utmost confidence one should be able to
>> understand its implementation so much so as to be able to implement it and
>> maintain it.
>> This I am saying from my experience in maintaining my Porteus Linux
>> PicoLisp matches Porteus in many ways, minimalist, easy to maintain,
>> speed etc.
>> PicoLisp philosophy of minimal orthogonal design makes it ideal for this
>> down to bare metal approach.
>> However I am just a novice lisp programmer who would love to invest
>> significant effort into learning through using picoLisp.
>> I shall be grateful if Alexander and/or other senior experienced people
>> be kind enough to outline various components of implementing picoLisp.
>> Such as: knowledge level of lisp, assembly and C (reference books, links
>> Kindly indicate steps to start learning how to implement and maintain