Towards a Python machine?
opengeometry at yahoo.ca
Sat Jan 18 02:45:51 CET 2003
Paul Rubin <phr-n2003b at nospamnightsong.com> wrote:
> John Hall <wweexxsseessssaa at telusplanet.net> writes:
>> Years ago there was talk (isn't there always?) about Forth-on-a-chip
>> or was that Forth-in-a-box? Did it come to anything?
> Yeah, a number of Forth machines have been built. Also Lisp and
> Smalltalk machines. A Lisp machine could probably run a Python-like
> language pretty well.
Yeah, but can they run 'vi' which I cannot live without.
William Park, Open Geometry Consulting, <opengeometry at yahoo.ca>
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