Oric Lisp II

30 years after my OricLisp 1 have passed... (oh my), and this Atmostrat with its 65816 processor makes me feel young: I want to write a 65816 version of OricLisp ! Oh, and this time with a compiler too, giving birth to what could be the most powerful native language on an Oric, and giving a new feel for native development on the Oric !  :-)

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The last line of the compiler's source now read the compiler source file and produces 65816 assembly instructions for every function definition. This means that I will not need to translate the compiler to 65816 instructions manually... :-P

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