Tue Apr 28 15:30:21 CEST 2009

what is what..

now i'd like to be able to parameterize the forth so it doesn't depend
on macro: and (macro) but that doesn't seem to be possible.

so what is it part of?  it's more like an emerging thing..

  rpn = forth-style dictionary compiler used to implement pure
        concatenative languages in s-expression syntax and forth
        prefix style parsing.

  comp = macro instantiation + post-proc opti

since instantiation is a big part of what comp is, the forth should be
part of comp.