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2008-04-16 Thread dexen deVries
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Re: First 64-bit release

2009-07-01 Thread dexen deVries
On Wednesday 01 of July 2009 18:35:26 Alexander Burger wrote: today I released the very first version of 64-bit PicoLisp! Congratulations :D -- dexen -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picol...@software-lab.de?subject=unsubscribe

Re: Wikipedia

2010-01-02 Thread dexen deVries
Hello, On Saturday 02 of January 2010 21:21:36 you wrote: Well if you consider my series a reliable secondary source I would be honored but I don't feel like they are. I am afraid the `deletionists' on Wikipedia won't be pleased by a few blog= =20 posts :( Their point is, Wikipedia ought to

Re: warning while compiling picolisp

2010-07-25 Thread dexen deVries
On Sunday 25 of July 2010 17:41:11 you wrote: compiling picoLisp-3.0.3 on openbsd 4.6 gives some warnings. the others i am familiar with but this one is beyond my C programming foo at the moment: flow.c: In function `doCatch': flow.c:1351: warning: argument `x' might be clobbered by

Re: Porting PicoLisp to Plan9

2010-09-19 Thread dexen deVries
Hi Tomas, On Sunday 19 of September 2010 20:57:45 you wrote: To clear it up, i use the `Plan 9 from User Space' (i.e., the tools ported to POSIX). I've tried that one too, very interesting;-) It took me a few (3?) months to learn to use Acme efficiently. Wow, Acme seems like a great

Re: wiki password

2010-10-26 Thread dexen deVries
password reset method. You mail the site owner (Paul Graham) and he enables password reset functionality in your account (for a period of time) and mails you back with a link to reset the passwod. Worked a-OK for me, at least... -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal to the formal

Re: wiki password

2010-10-27 Thread dexen deVries
and always transmit the hash' (or better, `I use HMAC')... Otherwise the owner of the process could still trace it to recover the passwords, coudn't he? -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal to the formal by formal means.'' -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picol...@software-lab.de?subject

Re: Announce: Some sensitive changes

2011-01-19 Thread dexen deVries
(bye) must be typed. =20 =20 Hope this is all right for everybody! :) Sounds good :) the last change is especially welcame for me ;) =2D-=20 dexen deVries ``We=E2=80=99ve been shocked how often a demo has become a product.'' -- Ra= nds, in=20 `Managing Nerds',=20 http://www.randsinrepose.com

Re: functions for a minimum lisp (or picolisp)

2011-02-19 Thread dexen deVries
Graham's ``The Roots of Lisp''. On 13 pages he builds Lisp from scratch, giving complete explanations along the way. (I/O is quite basic: only the built-in reader) Intro: http://www.paulgraham.com/rootsoflisp.html The article itself: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/paulgraham/jmc.ps -- dexen

Re: PicoLisp and Arrays

2011-02-21 Thread dexen deVries
is fast enough unless you have huge datasets. In that case, use a binary search tree. [1] http://lwn.net/Articles/252125/ ( some other publication by some Sun guy) -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal to the formal by formal means.'' -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp

Re: PicoLisp and Arrays

2011-02-21 Thread dexen deVries
to and including speculative execution of future instructions. In the end, I'd guess walking a (linked) list can be more explicit indicator for CPU to get the right data pre-fetched. But then again, that's just speculative fiction :) Greetz, -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal

Re: PicoLisp and Arrays

2011-02-22 Thread dexen deVries
dexen deVries [[[=E2=86=93][=E2=86=92]]] how does a C compiler get to be that big? what is all that code doing? iterators, string objects, and a full set of C macros that ensure boundary conditions and improve interfaces. ron minnich, in response to Charles Forsyth http://9fans.net/archive/2011

Re: help in understanding picolisp implementation

2011-02-25 Thread dexen deVries
On Friday 25 of February 2011 21:01:49 you wrote: #define EVAL(x) (isNum(x)? x : isSym(x)? val(x) : evList(x)) There is an overview of the (eval) in the docs http://www.software-lab.de/doc/ref.html#ev -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal to the formal by formal

Re: lisp assumption validation

2011-03-14 Thread dexen deVries
://software-lab.de/doc/ref.html#ev =2D-=20 dexen deVries [[[=E2=86=93][=E2=86=92]]] ``In other news, STFU and hack.'' mahmud, in response to Erann Gat's ``How I lost my faith in Lisp'' http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3D2308816 -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: meta!

2011-03-14 Thread dexen deVries
in misc/mailing, it doesn't do anything with the encoding. Let's see :-) Cheers, =2D-=20 dexen deVries [[[=E2=86=93][=E2=86=92]]] ``In other news, STFU and hack.'' mahmud, in response to Erann Gat's ``How I lost my faith in Lisp'' http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3D2308816 -- UNSUBSCRIBE

Re: digging dotted pairs

2011-03-14 Thread dexen deVries
assume you mean 'put' for the equivalet setter function. Thanks a lot for the clarification; makes more sense to me now :D =20 =2D-=20 dexen deVries [[[=E2=86=93][=E2=86=92]]] ``In other news, STFU and hack.'' mahmud, in response to Erann Gat's ``How I lost my faith in Lisp'' http

Re: meta!

2011-03-14 Thread dexen deVries
copied), it would work? Attached patch attempts to fir it~ Cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] ``In other news, STFU and hack.'' mahmud, in response to Erann Gat's ``How I lost my faith in Lisp'' http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2308816 --Boundary-00=_xLmfN70LoP+89EH Content-Type: text/x

[PATCH] attempt to fix Content-Transfer-Encoding header not being forwarded

2011-03-14 Thread dexen deVries
)) +(and *ContentTransferEncoding (prinl Content-Tran= sfer-Encoding: @ ^M)) (and *ContentDisposition (prinl Content-Dispositi= on: @ ^M)) (and *UserAgent (prinl User-Agent: @ ^M)) (prinl ^M) =2D-=20 1.7.4.1 =2D-=20 dexen deVries [[[=E2=86=93][=E2

Re: Porting minipicolisp

2011-06-09 Thread dexen deVries
, dying on the assertion giveup(Unaligned Function);. Any ideas? Why does alignment matter? Not sure if it'll help at all, but there has been a similar discussion in the past: http://www.mail-archive.com/picolisp@software-lab.de/msg01909.html -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] For example

Re: Porting minipicolisp

2011-06-09 Thread dexen deVries
-- as opposed to the preferred 4-byte alignment? Regards, -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal to the formal by formal means.'' -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: Porting minipicolisp

2011-06-09 Thread dexen deVries
to Strange. But why did then Jakob report that the Unaligned Function error appeared at startup? Doesn't Amiga use an 68k CPU (which has instructions of variable byte sizes)? Oh, you are right; I've mixed up 68k with PPC. Terribly sorry~ -- dexen deVries ``One can't proceed from the informal

Re: The PicoLisp Ticker

2011-07-15 Thread dexen deVries
On Friday 15 of July 2011 10:13:27 you wrote: I think you created a bot-trap :-) may I suggest adding rel=nofollow to the `Next page' link (the a tag)? Cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] For example, if the first thing in the file is: ?kzy irefvba=1.0 rapbqvat=ebg13? an XML parser

Re: The PicoLisp Ticker

2011-07-15 Thread dexen deVries
, but in this case, meh... Better would be using /robots.txt or having meta name=robots content=noindex, nofollow/ on 2nd and subsequent `news' page. -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] For example, if the first thing in the file is: ?kzy irefvba=1.0 rapbqvat=ebg13? an XML parser will recognize

Re: PicoLisp SSL Problem

2012-02-15 Thread dexen deVries
: *.example.pl DNS Name: example.pl that is, both *.DOMAIN.pl and DOMAIN.pl You can put several records here, so both *.7fach.de, 7fach.de, picolisp.com and *.picolisp.com are covered. Cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] Already many of the mutants disguised as human beings are walking the streets

Re: PicoLisp SSL Problem

2012-02-15 Thread dexen deVries
traced the wrong process :( The certificate is probably indeed sent. output from tcpdump and Konqueror suggests the cert is sent alright. there's that `ssldump' tool that dumps content of HTTPS session, could help. -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] Already many of the mutants disguised as human

Re: Base64 decode

2012-05-04 Thread dexen deVries
to call /usr/bin/base64 from the coreutils package in an 'out' pipe. Or is there a C library function callable by 'native'? gnutls_pem_base64_decode() is a generic base64 decode that should be present on almost any linux distro. check the manpage. -- dexen deVries Until real software engineering

Re: Processing SMS in PicoLisp

2012-08-17 Thread dexen deVries
unsure if `free SMS' (with costs covered by receiver than sender) is available with this service. Seems like a little-hassle, no-strings-attached way to me. No need to fiddle with actual GSM hardware. -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject

Re: Running PicoLisp in Acme

2012-09-28 Thread dexen deVries
editor) is source of your problems -- works a-ok if you disable it in first line of `lib.l'. Suggested way of running: `win ./dbg'. Have fun with Acme, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] I'm sorry that this was such a long lett­er, but I didn't have time to write you a short one. -- Bla­ise

Re: Running PicoLisp in Acme

2012-09-28 Thread dexen deVries
. Cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] I'm sorry that this was such a long lett­er, but I didn't have time to write you a short one. -- Bla­ise Pasc­al -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: Running PicoLisp in Acme

2012-09-28 Thread dexen deVries
, but let's ask the nice folks on 9f...@9fans.net -- I'm cross-posting this message. -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: `rd' behavior

2012-11-05 Thread dexen deVries
(use X (until (== NIL (setq X (rd 1)) ) (wr X) ) ) ) ) (argv)) (bye) guess it could be shorter... cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] How often I found where I should be going

Re: `rd' behavior

2012-11-05 Thread dexen deVries
(until (== NIL (setq X (rd 1)) ) (wr X) ) ) ) ) (argv)) (bye) cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] How often I found where I should be going only by setting out for somewhere else

Re: `rd' behavior

2012-11-06 Thread dexen deVries
, but picolisp (the interpreter) seems to skip arguments after first bare dash. is there any way around it? cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] I have seen the Great Pretender and he is not what he seems. -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

learning -- please comment

2012-11-06 Thread dexen deVries
based on documentation at http://plan9.bell-labs.com/magic/man2html/1/cat cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] I have seen the Great Pretender and he is not what he seems. -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

identity of transient symbols

2012-11-13 Thread dexen deVries
transient symbols with the same name don't have to be the same symbol. is that right? -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] Reality is just a convenient measure of complexity. -- Alvy Ray Smith -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: Testing leading dots in email

2013-05-08 Thread dexen deVries
with a single one. Such escaping method is called dot-stuffing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smtp#SMTP_transport_example -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] ``we, the humanity'' is the greatest experiment we, the humanity, ever undertook. -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: Testing leading dots in email

2013-05-08 Thread dexen deVries
only see extra dot while message is on the wire, but not in storage. Cheers, -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] ``we, the humanity'' is the greatest experiment we, the humanity, ever undertook. -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: SEXP?

2013-07-01 Thread dexen deVries
of (atom 'any) -- dexen deVries [[[↓][→]]] Take care of the luxuries and the necessities will take care of themselves. -- L. Long -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe