I'll check those out. Is Lisp, PicoLisp or Common Lisp above?

I am guessing RCSim is the RC simulator? I was not aware of it before your
reference. Hobby, or did you contribute to it? That would be a great app to
port covering graphics, math, realtime (soft realtime?) and all of the
logistics that entails. Would you stick with z3d.l or create something
wholly new? Sounds exciting.

I need to pick the small bits for now and learn.


On Sat, Jul 25, 2015 at 2:37 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>

> Hi Rob,
> > I'll keep hacking away at it, since the payoffs are big for me from a
> > learning perspective.
> Good :)
> And you brought me to the idea of porting RcSim :) I think I'll
> investigate that more. This should be the first real "application"
> in PilOS.
> > When you say "@lib/z3d.l" is in C, if I wanted to learn
> > how to build upon PilOS, would it be preferable to use pil-assembly or
> Lisp
> > (PicoLisp, I assume)?
> I would start on the Lisp level. Only low-level and time-critical
> parts need to be done in assembly.
> > Can I learn pil-assembly from the source files, or do
> > you have a reference somewhere?
> The only reference is in "doc64/asm". It describes the virtual PicoLisp
> machine and its instruction set. The ultimate documentation are the
> sources in "src64/*.l" and (as a modification of those) in
> "pilos/src/*.l".
> ♪♫ Alex
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