good news. The fcode evaluator is working.
init-fcode-table probably needs some work (table.fs) since iirc a
child node should be able to see fcode words defined by the parent.
At least byte-load now cleanly creates an fcode lookup table in
alloc-mem'ed memory and frees it after evaluation which it did not do
at all before.
The verbosity of the fcode evaluator can be switched on/off with the
value ?fcode-verbose. This also enables warnings about missing words
during fcode table initialization.
The latest code is in CVS.
Test with following test-fcode.fs:
10 30 pci-l@
/n 8 = if
10 34 pci-l@
20 << or
After doing a make in the toplevel, do a
make rungui < test-fcode.fs
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