[<<][staapl][>>][..]Fri Aug 10 17:45:16 CEST 2007
cat name space organisation
* i found a way to easily debug modules and scheme code using snot
* cat code is now fully embeddable in scheme
* things got separated out a bit more
So, what i'd like to do is to separate pure scheme code from stuff
that accessess the global 'stuff' name space. This doesn't include
private name spaces that are only written in a single module, like
'asm' or 'forth', but it sure does include 'base'.
base is full of junk.. maybe that's the real problem?
Maybe i should just implement more in scheme, and have this base thing
as a scripting language only...
Or. I need to add an easy syntax for creating 'local words' using the
lexical stuff i have now.
((a (base: 1))
(b (base: 2))
(c (base: 4)))
(ns-set! '(base broem) (base: a b + c /))
(ns-set! '(base lalala) (base: a b c))))
(local ((a 1)
((broem a b + c /)
(lalala a b c)))
this requires a different syntax, since the anonymous compiler
needs to be available always.
very straightforward. works like a charm.