Published on 3 February 2020.
This is what I’ve been up to in January 2020:
I finished the article about memoizing failures in RLMeta.
I came across A Compiler Writing Journey. It inspired me to write articles that explain things that I’m interested in.
I watched “Hello, world” from scratch on a 6502 — Part 1. Low level hardware is fun.
I continued with RLiterate and made great progress. I’m now confident that the new architecture will work. Now it’s just a matter of fleshing out the rest of the application until it can edit itself.
I watched Sean McDirmid - The Future of Programming will be Live - Curry On. It made me think about introducing “Live examples” in RLiterate. If I have a function I want to add an example paragraph that executes that function and be able to modify its parameters interactively. Sort of like an interactive test case to explore input/output.
I read about Redux here and here. Its architecture can be an inspiration for how to handle state in RLiterate.
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