I'm not sure about mingw/cygwin but I do have an unofficial port of pil-64
that runs on windows using midipix --
My port has somewhat stalled as midipix is moving a bit slower than I
If I recall, most tests were passing and it worked reasonably well for
prototyping on windows. I wouldn't use it for production apps
Sockets and forking seemed to be stable and fast. Database locking does not
I started to look into using the windows api to lock (LockFile)... but
stopped as midipix was going to be adding support for it "soon" as-of 6
months ago or so. It's not been added to midipix yet.
If it was needed, I think it could be added to the shim and then
incorporated into the assembly code
Aside from a proof of concept, I haven't moved forward on keeping this up
to date with the latest pil or pushing it forward. If there was community
interest, I'd be more motivated to push it forward
On Sun, Jul 2, 2017 at 1:37 PM, <r...@tamos.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 02 Jul 2017 19:07 +0200, Richard Z wrote:
> > Did anyone test it recently?
> Hi Richard,
> Hopefully, joebo will comment on this. He is the one I know for sure
> who has looked into mingw-type builds of picolisp this the past year.
> Best, --Rick
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