While attempting to program the image of a mandelbrot, I unwittingly chose the easy, convenient, yet very slow way of writing my complex number class. Let’s have a look.
As of one week, support for Copper has completely ended. Some time ago, I declared an end to the updates some time ago, but now I won’t be updating this blog anymore (unless I hand over the blog to someone else). But before you think that’s a bad thing…
A number of little updates have been applied to the Copper interpreter and documentation this week including better type identification and string-related methods.
Up to this point, the foreign function system did not allow using callbacks via Engine::runFunctionObject() until after Engine::execute() or Engine::run() (which calls Engine::execute()) had completed. My recent update changes that and makes recursive execution of opcodes easier.