Re: Vim syntax

2009-05-13 Thread Kriangkrai Soatthiyanont
Hi Alex,

What are the features of PicoLisp 3? Anything radically changed?

Best regards,
KS


On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 12:10 PM, Alexander Burger a...@software-lab.de wrote:
 Hi Jared,

 Alex, I would like to see the picolisp 3 so far :D

 Please wait just a little more ;-)

 The current schedule is (if everything goes well) to publish the 64-bit
 version after the next main release. Thus, probably in July, when
 picoLisp-2.3.7 is out, the 64-bit sources will be included into the
 testing version.

 All still extremely buggy and incomplete, of course.

 Then, after some time, when things get usable, the release will
 incremented to picoLisp-3.

 Cheers,
 - Alex
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Re: Vim syntax

2009-05-13 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Kriangkrai,

 What are the features of PicoLisp 3? Anything radically changed?

No, nothing at all :-)

Just that it has an extended internal architecture (doc/structures),
and is written in a generic assembly language, which in turn is written
in PicoLisp. Therefore, it has nuch cleaner internal structures and
algorithms.

The 32-bit version will stay as it is (written in C), and the 64-bit
version will be in the same installation directory, so that the user can
chose whether which sources to build from.

Cheers,
- Alex
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Re: Vim syntax

2009-05-13 Thread Kriangkrai Soatthiyanont
Hi Alex

 Just that it has an extended internal architecture (doc/structures),
 and is written in a generic assembly language, which in turn is written
 in PicoLisp. Therefore, it has nuch cleaner internal structures and
 algorithms.

Can it interface with C libraries?

Best regards,
KS
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Re: Vim syntax

2009-05-13 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Kriangkrai,

  and is written in a generic assembly language, which in turn is written
  in PicoLisp. Therefore, it has nuch cleaner internal structures and
  algorithms.
 
 Can it interface with C libraries?

Yes (also discussed here a little bit some time ago), though with a
different API.

Cheers,
- Alex
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Re: Vim syntax

2009-05-12 Thread Jared Ross
Hi, Its been a while since my last post ( I've had lots of tests and
assignments due in)
I have an almost complete but buggy syntax file for vim, I have just
transfered computers and I need to get it off there but I will post it soon.
I had added keywords, highlight defines (de _x_)  +classes and methods
etc...

I will try and fix it up by combining with this one.

Alex, I would like to see the picolisp 3 so far :D


JR