Mon May 4 20:08:27 CEST 2009
the rest is mostly cosmetics.
* fix the disassembler so it gives a more userfriendly printout.
* change the init-state behaviour for macro-eval.
* fix recursive loading interaction with expand
then the next step is static information about the macros, and
possibly a simulator: move towards more static checks. find
redundancies and fix them in rules. eliminate fancy tricks - simplify
all semantics (there's still quite a lot of this).
i've been thinging about Forth assembler generators but the current
code with the 'patterns-class macro is already general enough.