I will hope and look for a 64bit home for PilOS in the hardware world!

How about the Qualcomm DragonBoard? It's a 4 core 64 bit beast.

Rob



On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 6:07 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>
wrote:

> On Tue, Aug 04, 2015 at 09:40:18AM +0000, George Orais wrote:
> > > Not just "prefer" ... There is no way to run PilOS on 32-bits.
> > Besides> the fact that there is no ARM port yet.
>
> > Ah yes coz PilOS is fully based on pil64. Ah you mean there is no ARM
> > port of the pil32 yet right? i thought someone here has successfuly
> > install picolisp on an ARM device? or its not enough to consider as ARM
> > port?
>
> Nono, there are plenty of ARM installations on pil32. I have it even
> running on my Kobo E-Book reader. Just did an apt-get install picolisp
>
> I meant ARMv8 of course :)
>
>
>
>
> > (A P F E L) = A Portable For Every Lispers(A P F E L) = A Platform For
> Every Lispers(A P F E L) = A Platform For Embedded Lisp(A P F E L) = A
> Playground For Every Lispers(A P F E L) = A Playground For Embedded Lisp(A
> P F E L) = Alex Platform For Embedded Lisp(A P F E L) = Alex Platform For
> Every Lispers(A P F E L) = Alex Playground For Embedded Lisp(A P F E L) =
> Abu's Platform For Embedded Lisp(A P F E L) = Abu's Platform For Every
> Lispers(A P F E L) = Abu's Playground For Embedded Lisp
>
> Hehe, I see. I thought you meant it as a pun on that company.
> "Apfel" is German for "Apple".
>
> ♪♫ Alex
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