SectorLISP has achieved its goal of creating a #Lisp tiny enough to fit in the boot record of a floppy disk. Since that's 512 bytes LISP is now tied with FORTH to be the most lightweight programming language in the world. justine.lol/sectorlisp/

Post-migraine blues today but a little Teenage Fanclub always helps youtu.be/3gaxHqjX79w

Today I merged the initial code for a new document markup that I've been working on over the past few weeks.

It's influenced by a number of existing markup formats: Markdown (common things like paragraphs have simplified markup), Perl POD (the start of a line determines the type of content), XML (arbitrary structured data), and Scribe ("@" as start of command).

Example: git.sr.ht/~sjb/procdraw/tree/m

This morning's project: a program to generate a header for my Mastodon profile in the style of the C64 '10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10' program git.sr.ht/~sjb/ten-print-bitma

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