Welcome to Chimichanga
Chimichanga is a crummy stack based language I wrote because I was tired and bored after moving stuff and shopping in my sweet new apartment in Miami.
How do I compile this?
You need these packages:
- make - tested with GNU Make 3.81
- gcc - tested with i686-apple-darwin9-gcc-4.0.1 (GCC) 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5470) (Aspen 5470.3)
- GNU readline - tested with 5.2
- ruby - tested with ruby 1.8.6 (2007-09-23 patchlevel 110) [i686-darwin9.0.0]
- diff - tested with GNU diffutils 2.8.1
Once you have those, you should be able to run
make and get the
chimi binary. If not, you might have to point your environment
variables or the
Makefile at the proper include and library
You mean you don't have an autoconf set up?
Right. I respect your time too much to make you wait through a
minute of autoconf testing for working
make test will tell you if something's
broken. If it doesn't, please email me the test case.
What are pre2c.rb and init.pre?
I wanted a nice way to add procs that required a bit more intuition than I know how to get out of the C preprocessor, and that also made the finished C easy to inspect.
pre2c basically tallies up the dispatch calls, translates the names
into valid C function names, and sticks them all in a function at the
end that's called at startup to load up the procs into the symbol
It also does macro replacement, mostly to make binary operations nice and short.
That's the crappiest testing framework I've ever seen?
I'm glad you like it. Try and keep one test to each line; it makes finding the failed one easier.
Who do I complain to?
Nominally, you can complain to email@example.com
Practically, it's your own fault for using chimichnga instead of one of these completely fine alternatives (listed in reverse alphabetical order):
- Postscript (or Ghostscript)