The return of the lost son of the father of adalisp, now in a genesis

July 2, 2018 by Lucian Mogosanu


mircea_popescu: spyked> I think there's great benefit in the ffa chapter-based approach << that ~started with a genesis~.
mircea_popescu: so did diana_coman 's eucrypt.
mircea_popescu: genesis should have included exactly the thing you published.

mircea_popescu: asciilifeform: << imho a genesis oughta be a proggy, if a minimal one << nah, a genesis can well be nothing more than the manifest, if the manifest is a one line poem.
a111: Logged on 2018-06-25 12:20 spyked: I think there's great benefit in the ffa chapter-based approach, so I'm not sure yet what the genesis should include. maybe only the lispm piece? or only the spec file from lispm? my sense so far is that after some discussion, at least some of the parts will be rewritten
mircea_popescu: there is ~no~ benefit to delaying genesis-ification. all it buys one is the naggum stupidity,
a111: Logged on 2018-06-25 06:15 mircea_popescu: this habit of "i'll publish" is on the record having killed more smart men than the police.
mircea_popescu: that's the one part of naggum you absolutely do not want.
mircea_popescu: we already have a mechanism to deal with irrelevance, there's no need for an ad-hoc, broken, personal implementation whenever something useful may be occuring, to fuck it up.

mircea_popescu: but to reiterate : there's nothing wrong with a broken, not complete, not working, not pretty etc genesis. most neonates are also not worth the fucking.

The item in question:

As per the readme, one can press it directly using e.g. mod6's V implementation:

mkdir ~/src/adalisp
cd ~/src/adalisp

mkdir .wot
cd .wot && wget && cd .. init press adalisp_genesis adalisp_genesis.vpatch

Details are available in the previous post.

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