I think it’s still possible to fix a modern Mac to use old style gcc, and
thereby be able to build the 32-bit PicoLisp. I’ve done it once, but nowadays I
have an old Mac that I use for that purpose. If you like, I can supply the
binaries; it’s only three small files, as far as I know.
The 64-bit, however, has turned out to be very hard (≈ impossible) to build on
I recommend you try Docker. It works very fine. Take a look at these two:
I just tried the ‘docker-tinycore-picolisp’ briefly on a MacBook Air, and it
worked very well.
> On 11. May, 2017, at 14:29, Mike Margerum <m...@margerum.com> wrote:
> Hello, Fledgling functional programmer here (25 years of c/c++/objc )! I was
> going down the Clojure path and then I ran into PicoLisp which looks much
> more interesting to me.
> I was looking to see if the 64 bit port is working on the mac. I tried to
> get the 32 bit code working but it looks like gcc has been aliased to run
> clang instead. I can figure out how to get gcc back on the PC, but first I
> wanted to see if there was support for the 64 bit environment.
> Kind Regards,
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