AW: ECL on very small chips?
daniel at turtleware.eu
Sun Mar 27 20:56:45 UTC 2016
you may also take a look at ecl_min (minimal lisp written in C
supporting bytecode compiler which bootstraps ecl). I'm not sure how
much memory does it take. According to the manual VM for the bytecode is
similar to what forth does.
Philipp Marek writes:
>>> > 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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