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Tue Jun 5 10:32:53 EDT 2012

Host commands accessible on target

Maybe it's time to make a little diagram of all the different name
spaces and prefix parser tricks..  It's getting quite complicated.

1. Allow for "` <cmd> cmd" syntax.
2. Fix delegation loop


(live)
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This is scat running on host with some words to interact with the
target machine, i.e. >t t> texex/b.  For convenience, it has late
binding for all symbols, with automatic lifting of Scheme words it
finds in the name space.  Note that scat is early bound.


(target)
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This is the interpreter for the command line dialect of the target
language.  It consists of 2 layers:

* prefix macros that translate to live: code.  (See commands.ss)
* name space delegation to target, then (live) (See rpn-target.ss)







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