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2016-11-11 Thread CILz
Hello CILz :-) You are now subscribed Hello list ! -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

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2016-11-11 Thread Joe Bogner
Hi dean, Welcome! I would probably do this: : (in '(ls) (make (until (eof) (link (line T) -> ("app" "bin" "CHANGES" "COPYING" "CREDITS" "cygwin" "db2" "dbg" "dbg.l" "dev" "doc" "doc64" "ersatz" "ext.l" "games" "img" "INSTALL" "lib" "lib.css" "lib.l" "loc" "man" "misc" "picoblogorg" "pil"

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2016-11-11 Thread dean
I'm just wondering how you would capture the output from 'ls' to a list for further processing. I the first instance...I'd like to cd to a specified dir and caputure all subdir names so that I can cd to them in turn and process their pdf files, labelled 2005.pdf, 2006.pdf etc I've been playing

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2016-11-11 Thread andreas
Hi Dean Welcome to the picolisp community. When using (in (list)) you don't need to use (call), the content of the list argument to (in) get directly passed to the command line. So try: (in (list 'ls) (line T)) this is the same as: (in '(ls) (line T) This way you only read the first line of

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2016-11-11 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Dean, > I the first instance...I'd like to cd to a specified dir and caputure all > subdir names so that I can > cd to them in turn and process their pdf files, labelled 2005.pdf, 2006.pdf > etc In addition to what Andreas and Joe said, I would recommend to take a look at 'dir' and 'chdir' :)

Re: Simple Routing for web apps

2016-11-11 Thread Alexander Burger
On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 10:50:00AM -0500, Joe Golden wrote: > " http[s]://server.org/12345/path/file > > is forwarded to a server on localhost listening on port 12345, to ask for > the resource "path/file". " > > How is this resource generated from the "path/file" request. Is > "path/file" a

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2016-11-11 Thread dean
Thank you all for such a comprehensive response...and the warm welcome. I'll have a good look at all of the above and look forward to "talking" to you all again. Best Regards Dean On 11 November 2016 at 13:49, Alexander Burger wrote: > Hi Dean, > > > I the first

RE: The behaviour of arg

2016-11-11 Thread andreas
Hi Henrik Nice to read something from you, also the other emails, I'm looking forward to check out your new code! I immediately get SEGFAULT when calling your atst. Running pil64 on Linux 64bit (ubuntu). On which OS are you? I guess this is the unforgiving punishment for calling (arg) without

RE: Simple Routing for web apps

2016-11-11 Thread andreas
Hi Joe Please note that on the page http://picolisp.com/wiki/?web the section Tutorial and the section Libraries and Alternatives talk about different things. The Tutorials section is all about the official Web-GUI/DB-Framework built on top of picolisp, which is part of the official

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2016-11-11 Thread cat stevens

Date library

2016-11-11 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Hi everyone, I'm announcing the newest addition to the Ext library, a date class, I couldn't find anything like it already. It's not fully tested but I'm putting it out anyway to prevent someone from wasting 4-5 hours of their life by writing duplicate code:

Re: Simple Routing for web apps

2016-11-11 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Hi Joe, you might want to take a look at Jose's stuff: https://bitbucket.org/iromero91/web.l/src/718174234c82c0d5931754d6c172ef6799eed54d?at=default I'm the author of pl-web ( https://bitbucket.org/hsarvell/pl-web ), it's a bit different than the pure blabla -> blabla mapping, it doesn't provide

Re: password hashes

2016-11-11 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Great, will try to use this in Macropis instead of shell commands. On Mon, Nov 7, 2016 at 4:07 PM, Mike Pechkin wrote: > hi, > > 1. Now I have a full collection of password hashes: > bcrypt > pbkdf2 > scrypt > 2. yescrypt and Argon2 are candidates in the future. > Every

The behaviour of arg

2016-11-11 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Hi Alex and list. If I do like this: (de atst @ (println (arg)) ) (atst 1 2 3) (bye) I never reach (bye) and I can't even abort with ctrl-c or d (had to kill -9), is there a reason for this unforgiving punishment of arg abuse or did I find some minor bug? -- UNSUBSCRIBE:

Re: The behaviour of arg

2016-11-11 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Henrik, Andreas, > I guess this is the unforgiving punishment for calling (arg) without > calling (next) previously, consider the reference: > "If cnt is not given, the value that was returned from the last call > to next" -> no previous call to next -> invalid usage -> punishment Exactly! In