On Tue, 2005-03-08 at 08:29 +0100, Uwe Voelker wrote:
> What is the difference of the .imc file? They both look _very_ similiar.
> I could try to port the demo. Do you have a few hints, what needs to be
PASM is the simplest, most tedious language that Parrot supports. PIR
is nicer. Of course, both have evolved over time, so the example source
files are historically interesting in the same way as low-level geologic
Editing the example to use the .imc file instead of the .pasm file
should just fix it, but if it doesn't, my favorite way to figure out
what's wrong is to run parrot -t example_file, look for the line of code
where things go wrong, and figure out what the right syntax is.
The most current NCI examples are the SDL bindings in examples/sdl/ and