Hello Richard,

It sounds like containers may be exactly what you want.  The same
development environment isolated from your host OS of choice.  Docker
containers run great on Linux and my understanding is that Windows is
gaining/already has better support than the past.  There's not much more
work to get persistent storage working, all the directions are in the links
I posted.  I hope that it can be useful to you.


On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 6:21 AM, Richard Z <r...@linux-m68k.org> wrote:

> On Sun, Jul 16, 2017 at 12:21:39PM -0400, David Bloom wrote:
> Hi,
> > Hi Richard.  If you want to get PicoLisp running on windows compilation
> can
> > be difficult but you mention wine.  What are you trying to run PicoLisp
> on,
> > Linux, BSD?  If you are willing to try using Docker containers I've made
> > some slim images of 64-bit PicoLisp.
> running on Linux is no problem, what I tried to do is have a binary that
> would run reliably on Windows and inside Wine/Linux.
> It appears the tools are not good enough yet to make that easy.
> Richard
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