I’m really thankful for all the work you did for ulisp.
The Lisp-server is working fine.
It connects to the WiFi after start-up and is waiting for s-expressions.
Great that i can manipulate it like that.
But now it’s always in that lisp-server loop.
I can give it a blink loop, then it will never come back.
ESP8266’s are seldom used as lisp machines.
I want them to respond to I/O pins and above that be able to change things via the lisp-server.
is it possible to watch a few input pins and respond on a change in signal with a function and then later run the lisp-sever again?