> There are two books about picolisp available, one containing also the
> reference [...] Thought I'm not absolutely sure that the reference in
> there is on the newest current state, maybe someone else can
> confirm/deny this.
The function reference reflects the current state at the time of
publishing of the books. I guess that whats in there is still 99% valid,
and only a few tiny changes and corrections have be done. But some new
functions may be missing in the ref.
One day there should be a 2nd edition of these books, since so many
exciting things have been and are happening in the PicoLisp universe
that should and could be added to the book. E.g.:
- PicoLisp on Hardware
- PicoLisp and Java
- Emacs and PicoLisp
- PicoLisp Ports
- etc, etc ...
Don't have the time for it though. Maybe in the future ... or somebody
else takes over the task?