Dear Alex,

> FYI: I did some experiments for a minimal web server (loading the full
> miniPicoLisp 'pil' environment plus "lib/http.l", "lib/xhtml.l" and
> "lib/form.l"). It occupied about 500 kB. This was OK because we had a
> limit of 1 MB.

Wow! Fantastic!

But just a question. Since miniPicoLisp doesn't come with support for
sock or other system specific functions, how did you manage to get
"lib/http.l" to work with it? Am I missing something?

R

On 21 September 2014 14:54, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:

> Dear Raman,
>
> > > on extremely small systems back then in Munich. However, I was
> reluctant
> > > to mention it here, because I didn't think it was in _that_ range (i.e.
> > > 128 kB (?)).
> >
> > Sure. The stm32f103re has just 64KB internal SRAM. PicoLisp can run on
> it.
>
> Wow, great! I wasn't aware of that degree of smallness :)
>
>
> > I remember I was also able to load pilog.l (I can check the details again
> > and
> > get back to you on that one).
>
> FYI: I did some experiments for a minimal web server (loading the full
> miniPicoLisp 'pil' environment plus "lib/http.l", "lib/xhtml.l" and
> "lib/form.l"). It occupied about 500 kB. This was OK because we had a
> limit of 1 MB.
>
> ♪♫ Alex
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