"Daniel C. Sobral" wrote:
> I just committed patches to make "include" work with source code.
That should have been _forth_ source code.
> Previously, it only processed builtins, greatly diminishing both
> ficl and include's usefulness.
> As a result of this change, the special behavior of the chacters @,
> # and - at the beginning of script lines is lost. They have been
> replaced as follow:
> @ Lines will *not* be echoed anymore by default. Thus, lines
> with "@" can simply remove it. If one wants to echo a line,
> use the character "$", with a space after it.
> # Use "\" followed by a space.
> - Use "%" followed by a space.
> \ This is a comment
> load dont.echo
> $ load echo
> % load ignore.errors
> Since the new "characters" are forth words, they can be used anywhere in
> the line. So you can add comments *after* the command, for example. They
> can also be used together:
> % $ load /kernel.experimental
> I apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but the previous way
> is highly incompatible with forth.
> Daniel C. Sobral (8-DCS)
> The trouble with eating Italian food is that
> five or six days later you're hungry again.
> -- George Miller
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Daniel C. Sobral (8-DCS)
She just looked at him over the rotating pencil like, how slow can
a mammal be and still have respiratory functions?
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