ECL on very small chips?
daniel at turtleware.eu
Fri Mar 25 10:59:44 UTC 2016
Armpit scheme targets risc processors.
Dnia 25 marca 2016 11:28:43 CET, Andreas Thiele <andreas at atp-media.de> napisał(a):
>Von: Stas Boukarev [mailto:stassats at gmail.com]
>Gesendet: Freitag, 25. März 2016 10:10
>An: Andreas Thiele
>Cc: ecl-devel at common-lisp.net
>Betreff: Re: ECL on very small chips?
>On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 11:24 AM, Andreas Thiele <andreas at atp-media.de>
>> can I use ECL to write software for a chip without OS?
>> In my case I’d like to write software for NXP1769 which is ARM Cortex
>> 64kB Ram, 512kB Flash.
>ECL takes up much more RAM than that.
>And any full common lisp implementation would have trouble with that.
>With best regards, Stas.
>Thanks, so ECL can't be my way. I will take a look at miniPicolisp.
>If you have other ideas for a dynamic language on such a small system
>I am thankful. Sorry for my naïve question :)
>Best regards Andreas
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