Yes, ssh, non-root. So what would a minimum deployment install, i.e., I just want to have a running repl with code loaded and able to receive commands/data/code on, say, a remote machine? I'm interested in picolisp partly because I would find it fascinating to deploy picolisp on very tiny devices.
On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 1:09 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote: > Hi Lawrence, > > > I've got a shell account with an ISP and I'd like to run picolisp locally > > in home. > > I assume that you can 'ssh' to that machine, and then have a normal, > non-root access, right? > > > > Is that just a regular local install . . . or can I just move a > > minimal set of picolisp file structure over? I'd like to develop on this > > If you don't have root access and cannot install a global PicoLisp from > a distribution, I would say that you simply install locally. Fetch and > unpack the latest version: > > $ wget software-lab.de/picoLisp.tgz > $ tar xfz picoLisp.tgz > $ cd picoLisp > > Now it depends whether this is a 32-bit or a 64-bit machine. Please > check the INSTALL file for details. > > > > shell account. BTW, what's the difference between a "deployment" of > > picolisp (i.e. simply run a picolisp repl) and a normal development > > environment? I'm guessing not much? > > Right. I would say it is the same. You just need to add your > application's sources. > > ♪♫ Alex > -- > UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe >