Originally Posted by Mrs Beanbag
i kind of think of Amos programming as a feat akin to getting printers to play music, or making a bicycle out of beer cans
Bit of a sidebar, but for me that's one of the things I like about AMOS.
While I wouldn't use it for a serious project I really enjoy round hole/square peg type programming. The bigger the mismatch the better.
Ive not touched it in a long, long time, but one of the most fun projects I've attempted was an OS written with Amos. Completely unsuited, but that's why I chose it. Amos is great for these type of projects as there's so many restrictions.
I also tell myself I'll write a Tandy coco 3 emulator in it one day, but deep down I know its unlikely I'll ever start.