>>>>> "Olin" == shivers <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Olin> Well, cool. What's the plan?
Olin> I believe the OS/shell/Posix interfaces are no longer the really important
Olin> thing. I think the number one important thing is separate byte
Olin> dynamic linking of byte-compiled modules from files. That's what would
Olin> enable use of scsh as a scripting tool.
Olin> Kelsey is top technical dog at a startup, so he's essentially offline. I
Olin> know you guys think I'm non-responsive, but in fact I push very hard to
Olin> clear any scsh time at all out of my dual professorial/startup life. (And,
Olin> btw, if I can just get through this semester on will power, the summer
Olin> be relatively easy for projects like scsh -- no classes, and I expect my
Olin> startup involvement to be lower, as well.) But back to Kelsey -- this
Olin> that he's unlikely to implement seperate compilation for S48. 10 years
Olin> gone by and it hasn't happened, so if a scsh hacker doesn't do it, it
Olin> going to happen.
This is part of the plan (together with an implementation of "The
missing link" of even as part of my PhD). Native-Code is another
issue. We also want to extend the thread-system to something like CML
and build a graphical library on top of that. But this is pretty much
stuff, too much for two people, if guess. But, as you one said in a
bicycle shop "A boy may dream"...
We both know, that you are very busy. But nevertheless, for a real
discussion, we need your answers within one or two days (that's my opinion