Thank you for the quick answer, Alex.
Println is not the key, I also played around with flush and sync and
tell and every word I saw in rosetta examples :-)
But no problem at all - enjoy the weekend :-)
Another approach was to have all different senders and the one receiver
in one picolisp script, communicating via a list of lists but there I
got stuck with forking the processes.
Perhaps I come up with that question here, but first have to find the
On 04.02.2017 15:42, Alexander Burger wrote:
just a wild guess, I'm too lazy ATM to try:
== hey.l ==
(out "listener" (print 'tput "clear"))
(out "listener" (print 'tput "cup" 3 15))
(out "listener" (print 'echo "hey"))
Should it not be 'println' instead of 'print', so that the shell gets a newline