Tag: embedded programming language

Integration Report

Lately, I’ve been integrating Copper into projects and everything is working seamlessly. Copper has finally matured to being robust enough for full scale applications, not just tinker projects.

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Progress Report #5

State Restored!

That about describes everything about Copper right now, for the most part. The Copper interpreter was originally a state machine and the new version isn’t any different in that regard. But the “state restored” in this case primarily refers to the fact that everything I had in the original version of the interpreter has been restored in the new version including all the built-in functions. That means I’m back to where I was about 5 weeks ago, but this time, I have what I believe to be a MUCH faster interpreter, though I have yet to benchmark it. (Ok, so the ability to run Copper functions outside of Copper has not been finished and I’ll talk about that.)

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