Erlang + Forth?!?
Wed Feb 18 11:56:15 CET 2004
Richard Carlsson wrote:
>was in an advanced disassembler/debugger for the ZX Spectrum. (I can't
>recall the name.) It allowed you to write pieces of Forth code, to
>be executed upon a breakpoint. You could thus, in a very small amount
>of memory and with minimal speed penalty, do arbitrarily complicated
>tests to decide whether to continue or stop, or log/print information,
>etc. I don't know if there exist any other debuggers with similar
when developing (part of) ose-delta, back in the early '90's, i used
this kind of feature in a debugger. but i can not remember if it was the
diab debugger or the other one (not so good compiler, green hill?).
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