Never tried. Noted for interest.
- mailing list
- Freenode #concatenative
My introduction to it ∞
- Zed Shaw recommended it in rubyiverse podcast #4 - Zed Shaw on leaving Ruby and Zed Shaw on Mongrel, Ruby stacks and languages besides Ruby. Check it out. Best for desktop apps? Like a modernized Forth.
- Concatenative language
- and Freenode #concatenative
See also JOY
The Factor wiki itself was made in Factor. So was the web server. Whoa.
2009-05-15 - (version not recorded) ∞
./factor: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.10' not found (required by ./factor)
Umm, the download page said that it needed these:
- Linux 2.6.16 with GLIBC 2.4
Intel Pentium 4, Core Duo, or other x86 chip with SSE2 support. Note that 32-bit Athlon XP processors do not support SSE2. Factor will work on non-SSE2 chips as long as it is built from source
PCLinuxOS' toolchain is just too damned dated for me to use. Sigh.