your library is really great and I love it! But, I don’t like that it’s just .ino, which is by default as REPL / CLI uLisp interpreter. Since I’m working on using uLisp as mini-scripting language for user-code, I started porting uLisp to “library” state. I read the Why are the uLisp sources in a single file, I absolutely understand this and I love it too, but well, make uLisp as library would be great. My tasks are:
- Make uLisp as Arduino Library, so I will include uLisp.h, and I can use uLisp features (I have this already done)
- Add basic public functions to interact with language (adding custom functions etc.)
- Merge ARM and AVR version together (why maintaining two almost same versions?)
- Compilation support on x86
I will add some progress in my fork, but for begin, I will have there only some concept of library, I have deadline and need to get the things work for the project (I will later start porting the code to library).
Opinions and recommendations are welcomed!