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2009-08-19 Thread TC
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Locale minor fix

2009-08-20 Thread TC
Hi guys, I'm new to picolisp (just knew about it yesterday) and it definitely got my curiosity. I was checking the locales and thougt ok, I'm gonna write one, but when I checked the testing version, I saw that the locales in question were already added, so I took a peek and couldn't avoid

Re: Locale minor fix

2009-08-20 Thread TC
. This is starting to feel primitive, what do you think Alex? /Henrik 2009/8/20 TC tc.ru...@gmail.com: Hi guys, I'm new to picolisp (just knew about it yesterday) and it definitely got my curiosity. I was checking the locales and thougt ok, I'm gonna write one, but when I checked the testing

app/loc/es

2009-08-20 Thread TC
Here you go, this is the missing 'es locale.# 20aug09art # TC tc.ru...@gmail.com (@1 Positions) (@1 Posiciones) Address Dirección Can't print order No se puede imprimir la órden Change Cambiar City Ciudad Contact Contacto Continued on page @1 Continuado en la página @1 Country País Customer

Re: Version control for PicoLisp (2nd wave)

2009-08-21 Thread TC
That git-related article was old. Here are some links you may find solid enough: http://nubyonrails.com/articles/five-features-from-mercurial-that-would-make-git-suck-less http://blog.red-bean.com/sussman/?p=116 Sorry for the double reply, but bear with me please (: On Fri, 21 Aug 2009, Henrik

Re: Version control for PicoLisp

2009-08-22 Thread TC
On Fri, 21 Aug 2009, Henrik Sarvell wrote: I think any kind of private server is overkill for a 250K source, my suggestion then is to go for Google Code. However, someone still needs to set it up. If TC wants to/have the time then I suggest he sets it up on Google code (he seems

Re: How XML Threatens Big Data

2009-08-24 Thread TC
On Mon, 24 Aug 2009, Henrik Sarvell wrote: I'm currently fetching data from a Java source which is giving me back XML (one of the world's biggest poker networks), it looks something like this: xml headerfieldname1;fieldname2/header datadata1;data2::data1;data2/data /xml Everyone who really

Re: From Pico to JSON in the client

2009-09-03 Thread TC
On Fri, 4 Sep 2009, Henrik Sarvell wrote: I just realized that there is an ambiguity here since I can't seem to accomplish a pair looking like this: (key . (1 2 3)), no matter how I try I get: (key (1 2 3)), if the Heh, I think the problem is quite obvious when looking to the list as what it

Re: The 64-bit version is complete

2009-09-07 Thread TC
On Mon, 7 Sep 2009, Alexander Burger wrote: On Sun, Sep 06, 2009 at 04:28:04PM -0300, TC wrote: I don't see it in the repo, maybe you forgot to _push_? Ah, sorry, then we have a misunderstanding. As far as I remember, we agreed that I will not push ongoing development code (i.e. the 64-bit

Re: From Pico to JSON in the client

2009-09-16 Thread TC
On Wed, 16 Sep 2009, Tomas Hlavaty wrote: Hi Henrik and TC, I just realized that there is an ambiguity here since I can't seem to accomplish a pair looking like this: (key . (1 2 3)), no matter how I try I get: (key (1 2 3)), if the Heh, I think the problem is quite obvious when looking

Re: Sum of digits

2009-09-19 Thread TC
On Sat, 19 Sep 2009, Jon Kleiser wrote: Hi, I wanted to compare how to do sum of digits in Scala and Pico Lisp, and to my surprise my Pico Lisp version was much slower than my Scala version. Well, Scala is a compiled language, but I hadn't anticipated that big a difference. My test input number

Re: picolisp reader dot handling inconsistency

2009-09-24 Thread TC
What if instead of modifying the reader itself, a reader macro is implemented? If '.' is between numbers, fine, if one of the chars next to it is not a number, split. On Thu, 24 Sep 2009, Alexander Burger wrote: On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 12:59:33PM +0200, Henrik Sarvell wrote: But then you get

Re: onOff question

2009-10-09 Thread TC
On Fri, 9 Oct 2009, Tomas Hlavaty wrote: Hi Alex, All functions ignore atomic CDRs of the last argument cell. You could also try (onOff A B . X), the 'X' will be simply ignored. so why is not NIL in the (onOff . NIL) ignored? ;-) zero arguments (as in 'onOff') are not to be expected, the

Re: Picolisp Slogan? :-)

2009-11-08 Thread TC
On Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Alexander Burger wrote: Hi Boh Yap, / /\ /__\__ / I also see a 'lambda' in there.. ;-) Hey, that's cool! I didn't notice that. It is especially interesting, as PicoLisp doesn't otherwise show an explicit existence of 'lambda' in the language. Hey,

Re: Bug or feature?

2009-11-10 Thread TC
On Tue, 10 Nov 2009, Javier wrote: Hello, I'm new to the list and Picolisp. I tried this, and obtained a segfault: : ('(1 2) 6) Violación de segmento But, if i try: : ('(a b c) 6) - NIL I mostly understand why, but it was a surprise that Picolisp responded with a segfault instead of an

Re: Transient symbol markup

2009-11-16 Thread TC
On Mon, 16 Nov 2009, Alexander Burger wrote: Armadillo (tc.rucho) is implementing support for transient symbol markup also in his picolisp mode for 'emacs'. I would love to have it in 'vim' too, but have no idea if or how this might be possible. How about using emacs with viper+vimpulse?

Re: Wikipedia

2010-01-04 Thread TC
I'm not donating a fucken cent to wikipedia after this. On Mon, 4 Jan 2010, Robert Wörle wrote: Cheers All Here are my 5 cents to this. First about the spelling: The release version is named picoLisp. So i consider this the correct spelling coming from Alex directly. picolisp.org also uses

Re: PicoLisp at Ohloh

2010-01-05 Thread TC
projects. How do we proceed? I wouldn't mind to register once more. Then perhaps the one with Google Code is better? Can you unify the pages somehow? TC: What do you think? Well.. the googlecode site is just a repository. In the other hand, oloh seems more social and to be honest, I have never

Re: PicoLisp at Ohloh

2010-01-05 Thread TC
On Tue, 5 Jan 2010, Mateusz Jan Przybylski wrote: On Tuesday 05 January 2010 13:13:14 you wrote: On Tue, Jan 05, 2010 at 12:56:02PM +0100, Mateusz Jan Przybylski wrote: Ohloh has (experimental, but good enough) support for Mercurial. As an example, my another favorite project using

Re: Wiki, logo

2010-01-17 Thread TC
On Thu, 14 Jan 2010, Jon Kleiser wrote: On 1/14/10 10:30 AM, Boh Yap wrote: hi alex, I am the one that is impressed by what you have done.. PicoLisp. .. Hi Boh Yap, I think your logos are quite elegant. I have made some tweaks to the 3-armed variant lately, but they probably are not as

Re: Pico Lisp and Emacs Lisp

2011-03-24 Thread TC
On 03/24/2011 08:39 AM, Thorsten wrote: Hallo, it seems to me that elisp and picolisp are close relatives in the lisp familiy, Yeah... they both use parens and dynamic binding... and I wonder if it would be possible to convert elisp code to picolisp code - and how difficult this would be?

Re: pilog dcg with args

2011-07-30 Thread TC-Rucho
(de sub? (Pat Str) (and (match (cons '@ (conc (chop Pat) '@)) (chop Str)) Str ) ) or (de sub? (Pat Str) (setq Pat (chop Pat)) (and (seek '((L) (head Pat L)) (chop Str) ) Str ) ) (is there a better (shorter,