Thu Jun 4 03:38:50 CEST 2009
After the USB interface is done, it's time to move to different
architectures.. I want them all of course, but what would be best?
- LLVM. Shouldn't be too hard. Ideal for the 32-bitters. ARM
THUMB and MIPS shouldn't be too hard either. I don't have much
use for this though..
- dsPIC. The architecture is not too complicated - very PIC like,
with same/similar peripherals. The DSP part however is more
RISC-like with lots of registers - might warrant a special
sublanguage. Best for personal use as I have lots of samples.
Low pin count PDIP packages.