[squeak-dev] re: Please add Robot support tools
jon at huv.com
Fri Feb 20 15:10:29 UTC 2015
That sounds interesting - I had forgotten about Context when I wrote that
It would be better if the REPL could be done through either a hardware
serial port, or the USB/serial interface. To add networking is doable, but
requires additional hardware modules.
The tricky part in all this, once you have the VM and image actually
running, is to interface with all the hardware capabilities of the chip.
MicroPython uses a uSD card (which is mounted as a flash drive on the host
PC via composite USB) to store source files - they are compiled on demand
from source when you boot the chip.
On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 4:35 AM, Craig Latta <craig at netjam.org> wrote:
> Hi Jon and all--
> > I'd really like to see a pared-down version of Squeak that would fit
> > on the same hardware that MicroPython runs on (a Cortex M4 chip
> > running at 168 MHz, with 192 KB of RAM and 1 MB of FLASH)... No user
> > interface beyond a simple REPL.
> Would there be a network interface? I can make an object memory
> with a network-based REPL (based on, for example, web services or
> telnet) that would fit in either the FLASH or RAM. The virtual machine
> still needs paring, and I would like some pairing on that. :) Currently
> the VM would take up almost all of the FLASH, but there's still lots
> that can be left out.
> Craig Latta
> +31 6 2757 7177 (SMS ok)
> + 1 415 287 3547 (no SMS)
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