AW: ECL on very small chips?
philipp at marek.priv.at
Sun Mar 27 15:38:57 UTC 2016
>> > In my case I’d like to write software for NXP1769 which is ARM Cortex
>> > M3, 64kB Ram, 512kB Flash.
To be honest, to me that sounds like a job for FORTH.
That can be nearly as dynamic as CL (or so I've heard - my own
experience is too limited ;), but if you manage to put all (needed! not
the whole set) CL primitives into a forth then you'll only need a small
translator from CL...
At least it should be possible to put new routines into RAM (via some
kind of programming line - JTAG, serial, USB, you name it), and test
them from there nearly as fast as via swank (slime)...
Please keep your discussion (and results) on this list, it sounds
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