[OpenBIOS] Found out why replacing '\r' with '\n' works

Programmingkid programmingkidx at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 05:55:51 CEST 2016

On Apr 18, 2016, at 11:27 PM, Segher Boessenkool wrote:

> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 11:21:51PM -0400, Programmingkid wrote:
>>>> With my patch I saw mostly the same thing except there was also a message that said "this image is not for this platform". I think this proves that the '\r' to '\n' patch is needed.
>>> [ long lines ]
>>> You need at least four things:
>>> - You need to EVALUATE the boot script per line, not as one string;
>> How do you decide when to end a line? 
> When there is an end-of-line character, or you reach the end of the script.
>>> - CARRET should indeed be treated as end-of-line, for that;
>> Do you mean ^ ? I don't remember any carret characters in the script.
> That is a caret.  CARRET is an OF word, it is the ASCII 13 character.
> "Carriage return".

Ok. I see now. 

>>> - Return stack in interpret mode;
>>> - Structure words in interpret mode.  That is at least
>> I think it would be easier if I was sent a patch. The forth code for Mac OS 9.2 is located in a file called "Mac OS ROM". Just let me know if you need help obtaining this file. 
> [ long lines ]
> Thanks, but no, of course I have it.

I don't know why executing one line at a time would make any difference,
I will entertain your idea.

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