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: Logged on 2017-07-02 05:05 ben_vulpes: sbcl
: "<nyef> (Speaking as someone who wrote his own standalone Forth and then used it to load a stripped-down
core on bare metal x86.)"
: aaaactually if sbcl
, cmucl, or whichever lisptron, could be whittled down
to 'get char', 'put char', 'malloc' -- could be on iron tonight.
: did anybody do a musl sbcl
? i have a musl cmucl in the backlog, but way down
the list (perhaps once i get this x60 going)
codebase ~is~ cmucl codebase, so all the same people who wrote above wrote majority of sbcl
. newman's work in adding sane bootstrapping is reproducable by doing early diffs and perhaps should come as vpatch on top of cmucl since it's particularly clean. but here's the thing, the way cmucl does bootstrapping is borrowed directly from a lisp machine, and breaks down
precisely because the ☝︎
: i'm willing to bet that if phf's creation were sat down
on a reasonably ~sane~ lisp system, e.g., sbcl
, it would run stably.