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TO: Beth - the non-leading leader of the voluntarily leaderless Luxasm team
CC: The Luxasm-devel list at sourceforge.net
[Cross-posted for project exposure, follow-ups reduced]
SUBJECT: Luxasm progress?
I know that Frank has explored the inter-process communication side with actual code and has spearheaded the investigation into how to write code that avoids segfaults on the new kernal [I still personally see this as a bug in the kernal since not only is it not backwards-compatible with old binaries, but it is also not backwards-compatible with old sources]; and Sevag started a prototype line editor for it, but could you tell us what else is currently being worked on and/or scheduled? Do you have project ideas that interested parties could work on?
I havent checked, but I am sure you have probably posted examples of what a Hello World will look like in Luxasm syntax, but could you perhaps go a little further and describe maybe a Calculator program which makes use of any advanced features you are planning for Luxasm such as Macros, Compile-Time Language, etc.?
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