The above addresses only your pil32 problem. I had no idea re pil64 on
Android so glad you sorted it :)
On 3 February 2017 at 13:06, dean <deangwillia...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >the future of PicoLisp is dark.
> That sounds about right...I run openbsd and they've just made v6.0
> Linux- incompatible because they don't like the way it's going.
> Pil64 compiles fine on the latest openbsd BTW.
> Assuming that Wine packages are more numerous than Picolisps...you could
> do a native Windows version in Powerbasic for Wine. Not only would this up
> your linux exposure but Linux is only 2% of the desktop market whilst
> Windows has about 80%,
> I smiled when I saw your reasons for moving from C to asm because
> Powerbasic does ALIGN etc in it's stride without needing to drop down to
> it's industrial strength built in assembler. It also runs on win95 to 10
> and produces exes for the same, both without any dependencies. How about
> that for stable. It also has very fast dynamic arrays.
> I'd prefer to work in 64 bit asm but would be very happy to assist you in
> any way I can to see Picolisp do well as I'm sure others would be. Whatever
> you decide just let us know how we can help. I'm very new to Picolisp but
> can already see that it's much too good not to do well.
> On 3 February 2017 at 08:41, Lindsay John Lawrence <
> lawrence.lindsayj...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I hope it is not dark.
>> I am just starting on my adventure using PicoLisp and having a wonderful
>> time of it.
>> Having said that, I have never used any of the distribution packages.
>> Picolisp is simple to compile with minimal dependencies. Thank you for
>> that as well Alex.
>> On my laptop machine I have just been compiling the latest download
>> whenever it is available.
>> It also runs extremely well in a minimal TinyCore Linux image.
>> Tinycore+Picolisp+core system utils makes for a great sandbox in a few
>> tens of megabytes as either a virtualbox or as a bootable stick
>> I think I also compiled it on Android a few months ago (in Termux)
>> without issue. I'll have to try it again there.
>> Keep the light on :)
>> On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 11:47 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>
>>> Hi all,
>>> the future of PicoLisp is dark. I'm not sure if it can survive in
>>> Ubuntu doesn't support it any more, probably due to the PIE (position
>>> independent executable) on x86-64.
>>> And at least on Android they seem to demand switching to Clang. The
>>> versions of PicoLisp (pil32 and mini) which are written in C cannot be
>>> on Clang, because Clang doesn't support dynamically allocated arrays,
>>> pil32 depends on. As far as I notices, pil64 also has trouble on
>>> :( Alex
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