Re: Announce: PilBox - Building Mobile Apps in PicoLisp

2017-03-13 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, dear PicoLisp community, > it is now possible to build Android Apps completely in PicoLisp! Wow! This is really great Alex! Thank you! Fantastic news. R

Re: French localization

2017-03-02 Thread Raman Gopalan
d help or if he wants to share the > work between us. > > Best, > Eric > > > Le 02/03/2017 à 02:50, Raman Gopalan a écrit : > > > Dear Alex, greetings! :) > > > How is the situation? Does anybody have good news? ;) > > I would like to work on this activi

Re: French localization

2017-03-01 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, greetings! :) > How is the situation? Does anybody have good news? ;) I would like to work on this activity. I can start working on it today. Should I just email the files to you OR is there a better way? R On 28 February 2017 at 15:33, Alexander Burger wrote:

Embedded miniPicoLisp: Electronics For You, April 2016

2016-04-13 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear PicoLisp community, greetings! This is rather late news but a slightly modified version of "Reviving Lisp for smaller programmable machines" is now published in the Electronics For You magazine, April, 2016 (issue volume. 48, no. 4), India. A copy of Hempl (A modified miniPicoLisp without

Re: How to use PWM?

2016-01-21 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear JB, > When I plug the data cable into any pin on the entire board the > servo spins clockwise, even when plugged into PWM0 and (pwm-stop 0) > being called. Understand. The servo might be responding that way to the default level of the pins on the Mizar32. What does your multimeter say for

Re: Why won't the LED flash?

2015-12-21 Thread Raman Gopalan
le blink program, if I change any of it to make it shorter by >> using shorter function names like (de low () (pio-pin-setlow 'PB_29)) it >> doesn't work, but it does when it's just (pio-pijn-setlow 'PB_29). I don't >> really know what's going on, but it's starting to get irritatin

Re: Why won't the LED flash?

2015-12-18 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Josh, greetings! Firstly, great to know you're playing with your board! Perfect! > Why does this small amount of code not make the onboard LED flash? I think you're not providing enough delay for you to see the off state of the LED. Why don't you try this? I've just inserted an additional

Re: Mizar32 - What order do functions have to appear?

2015-12-17 Thread Raman Gopalan
> Scratch that, I hit enter and it worked. Great! I'm glad you're able to use your board. Have a lot of fun with it! :) Happy hacking! R On 17 December 2015 at 22:50, Josh wrote: > Scratch that, I hit enter and it worked. > > > On 17/12/15 21:14, Josh wrote: > >

Re: Mizar32 - What order do functions have to appear?

2015-12-07 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear JB, greetings! Firstly, sorry for the slight delay in my reply. > terminal software installed on them, although HyperTerm is installed > by default, it's probably blocked as I can't find it. I Please see this [1] link. TeraTerm helps? OR as John suggested, Termite might work too! Thanks

Re: AES on PicoLisp

2015-12-07 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Mike, > I've implement AES on PicoLisp. Pure brutality and limits: Great news! I had a quick look at the files. I'm sure they can run on the Mizar32 embedded computer out-of-the-box. I'll post again when I have the chance to run it :) It's interesting - we have the FATFS on Mizar32. File

Re: Mizar32 - What order do functions have to appear?

2015-12-01 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear JB, greetings! > So I started creating a little program to act as a digital counter > with the blue led flashing at each change of logic state, it came to Perfect way to begin! > my attention very quickly that there is some hidden format that the > code has to be in and some rules that I

Re: Announce: MCU based PicoLisp machines for sale

2015-11-03 Thread Raman Gopalan
Oops: Missed a tiny part of it. Sorry. (*) I've tried the miniCodeROM patch for miniPicoLisp. While it works like a charm on my GNU/Linux box, there's some more work left on the AVR codebase before I can fully integrate it with Hempl. Hopefully, very soon! On 4 November 2015 at 03:03, Raman

Re: miniCodeROM: Conditionally #including references from ram.d and

2015-03-05 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, I'm sorry for the delay in response. What comes to mind is using the C preprocessor to build init.s from a copy or a template. Brilliant! I'll think about the implementation and get back to you. Thanks again! Good day, R On 28 February 2015 at 13:17, Alexander Burger

miniCodeROM: Conditionally #including references from ram.d and rom.d

2015-02-27 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, dear List, Alcor6L uses platform configuration files to configure the PicoLisp build for a specific hardware target. One may then edit this file (platform_conf.h) to include/exclude Lisp support for specific hardware peripherals. For example, if one does not require the pulse width

Re: miniPicoLisp: miniCodeROM in Alcor6L

2015-02-26 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, I see that the original has in these cases any const __attribute__ ((__aligned__(2*WORD))) Rom[] = { Does this make any difference? After all, I would expect 'WORD' to be 4 on a 32-bit machine. It seems to be making a difference. When I simply print the size of `WORD'

miniPicoLisp: miniCodeROM in Alcor6L

2015-02-24 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, dear list, A very good morning! It has been a while! I trust you are all doing well. I finally have core miniPicoLisp (with the miniCodeROM enhancement) running on my Mizar32 (at32uc3a). While PicoLisp itself works out of the box, I had a few concerns about the microcontroller

Re: MiniPicoLisp Code in ROM

2014-10-09 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, Top of the morning to you! definitions in miniPicoLisp can now be put into ROM space. This helps to save precious RAM on embedded systems. Great news for applications that require PicoLisp on a microcontroller! I only had a quick look at the codebase. A lot has changed! :) Alcor6L

Re: Announce: PicoLisp on bare metal

2014-09-22 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, determining the size, by loading slightly modified sources into standard miniPicoLisp. The target system would have had dedicated hardware to interface with, but the project didn't get of the ground (yet?). OK. I understand. It will be really nice to port the lib/http.l codebase

Re: Announce: PicoLisp on bare metal

2014-09-21 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, FYI: I did some experiments for a minimal web server (loading the full miniPicoLisp 'pil' environment plus lib/http.l, lib/xhtml.l and lib/form.l). It occupied about 500 kB. This was OK because we had a limit of 1 MB. Wow! Fantastic! But just a question. Since miniPicoLisp

Re: Announce: PicoLisp in Hardware (PilMCU)

2014-09-20 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear Alex, we are proud to announce PilMCU, the Lisp Machine on a Chip! :) Fantastic! This is truly amazing. Congratulations! R On 19 September 2014 17:09, Alexander Burger a...@software-lab.de wrote: Hello List, we are proud to announce PilMCU, the Lisp Machine on a Chip! :) We, that

Announce: PicoLisp on bare metal

2014-09-20 Thread Raman Gopalan
Dear PicoLisp community, Firstly, Alex, thank you so much for PicoLisp! It has been so much fun. Today has been such a great day! Strawberry Pil (That's certainly a nice name!) has put me in imagination mode. Great work! I'm writing this mail to primarily answer Jerome Moliere's questions. This