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Sun Jul 27 10:56:23 EDT 2014

Interactive dtc

Seems it's solved by distinguising between these in the .dict file:
staapl/live-pic18
staapl/live-pic18-dtc

Note that the target kernel needs to have the pic18/dtc module loaded
to be able to interpret code.

Major changes: parameterize rpn-target.rkt and commands.rkt wrt how
they handle data push/pop and code execution.


I'm thinking this might be an interesting way to bootstrap new chips.
Write a minimal assembler/compiler and do most of the work in dtc?

It's remarkable that this is all so easy to do.  Granted there is a
lot of (over-)abstraction going on resulting from trying out different
ideas.  So it's actually not simple, but the structure does seem to be
robust against modifications in practice.

Maybe it's time to start an M0 port?



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