Suggested boards for running uLisp?


#22

I think it is not supported by Energia-IDE, but maybe it is easy to add support for this board (add it to boards.txt; with arduino-ide this is often possible). I’ll try this as soon I have the board.
Maybe (I didn’t try) it is possible to import the project to TI’s ccs (at least there is a function to do this). Anyway, I haven’t tried this either…


#23

Let me know when you’ve got your board and tried a few experiments. Thanks!


#24

Sorry, but just adding the board to boards.txt is not enough. Trying to import ulisp to ccs leads to a compile error in ccs; for now I don’t know what’s the reason for this. I’ll try a few simpler examples to get more familiar with both systems.
It seems that the energia team plans to support the FR5994lp with their next release – I just didn’t find a release date for this…


#25

OK, thanks for the update.


#27

Have now added support for the FR5994 LaunchPad:

MSP430 FR5994 LaunchPad

SD card support should work when Energia adds an SD Card library to the core.


#28

What do you think about this board from T.I.? It’s seems to me inexpensive and very performing.

http://www.ti.com/tool/ek-tm4c1294xl?keyMatch=ek-tm4c1294xl&tisearch=Search-EN-Everything

I know that I’m boring, but when do you will release uLisp 2.2 for the ESP8266?

Best regards

Giancarlo


#29

what do you think about this board from T.I.? It’s seems to me inexpensive and very performing.

http://www.ti.com/tool/ek-tm4c1294xl?keyMatch=ek-tm4c1294xl&tisearch=Search-EN-Everything

Do you have one?

The ARM version of uLisp should work on it. Does Energia support it?

When do you will release uLisp 2.2 for the ESP8266?

I haven’t had any feedback about the ESP8266 2.0 beta 2 version so I didn’t think anyone was using it!

I’m just doing some work on what will be a 2.3 ARM version, so perhaps I’ll port that to the ESP8266 when it’s finished.


#30

Yes, I have one, and yes, Energia supports also this board.
I’ll try at once to upload the ARM version of uLisp! (Hoping so…)
Well, I have succesfully uploaded your ESP8266 version of uLisp on my
NodeMCU V2 Amica (by AZ - Delivery) and it works like a charm!


#32

Sorry for not giving any feedback for ESP8266 2.0 b2 (I did the fix myself and didn’t use 2.0 b2).
I think ESP8266 is the most interesting hardware platform because of performance and WiFi (ESP32 would be even more interesting because of much more memory (and a little faster than esp8266)).
I tryed ulisp on esp32 but I’m not sure about the result (it works roughly, I found some tweeks (but I can’t remember now) but I didn’t found much time to play during the last few weeks).
Thank you very much for your continuous work on the system,
regards,
Kaef


#33

Have you given any thought to the STM32F103C8, it has quite a bit of ram (20k), and is very inexpensive when bought as a “Bluepill”? I did some simple experimenst with a couple of different STM32 Arduino cores widely available, seems like it wanted to compile with exception of the wire.h functions, and of course, not having any of the #if… def conditionals edited to support the STM32F103 as an anticipated target.


#34

Yes, I’ve had uLisp running successfully on a NUCLEO-F114RE board, but there were problems with the Serial Monitor running via the serial interface.

I’ve got a Bluepill and haven’t tried it yet; can you connect to it via USB over the serial port, or do you need an FTDI board?


#35

Yes it requires a separate USB2TLL module, but the onboard boot loader works very well via the serial port, which is quite convenient. Your difficulty with the st-link v2.1 usb serial instance, might be a simple jumper, pin selection, or which serial port your using. Ordinarily it’s quite stable.

Do you have any instructions on how to build for the STM32F411? I just assumed you used the *.ino file, and let the Arduino IDE build it…


#36

Thanks. I’ll see if I can get uLisp working on the Bluepill in the next few days.


#37

Let me know if I can assist in any way. I have almost every ARM dev tool, hardware and software imaginable…


#39

A version of uLisp is now working on the Blue Pill; see:

uLisp for the STM32 Blue Pill board


#40

MIPS32-Based Omega2 Line! - The boards are, of course, open source, and MIPS itself is, as far as I have read, also getting open-sourced by the end of this quarter. Also, the MIPS architecture has a long legacy of low-power, high performance and awesome networking capabilities, so IMHO it can represent a worthy rival for ARM. https://onion.io/Omega2/


#41

Interesting suggestion! Is there an Arduino Core for it, so one can run C programs on the processor without Linux?


#42

Well, There is an “Arduino Dock” designed specifically for it. You can take a look at it here. Not sure if it would serve that purpose.

What I was rather picturing (maybe naively, since I lack the technical understanding) is the following:

There is a community port of FreeBSD, kind of a micro kernel, which successfully runs in the Omega. You can find it here. Since it is a community effort, this is not supported by the FreeBSD project so you can’t install any packages directly from their repository. So I was imagining it would be a blast if one could get uLisp to work on this micro kernel (I would love to try, but I repeat that I do lack the technical skills required to do so, so by “one”, I actually mean “anyone here who does have that much ability, knowledge and skills”). What do you think?


#43

Thanks - I’ll follow up your references. In the meantime you might be interested in my earlier post in case you decide to have a go yourself:


#44

Thanks! I’ll take a look at it and i’d be glad to be of use,

Cheers.-