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- Subject: Re: Lua on Atmel's AVR Microcontrollers
- From: Harald Kipp <harald.kipp@...>
- Date: Fri, 04 Jun 2004 12:17:03 +0200
running TCP over Ethernet also requires more than 4kB
RAM, so we added 32kB. When TCP is up and running, there
are around 20kB left. Luckily our RTOS supports malloc.
Additionally we implemented bank switching. The latest
hardware got 512kB RAM, 32kB fixed plus 30 banks 16KB ea.
Unfortunately no compiler for the AVR supports banked
memory. The application (or any special driver) must
handle bank switching.
If there are somehow central points, where Lua accesses
large memory areas, one could implement this.
P.S. I know uCLinux, but do not have any experience with.
At 11:53 04.06.2004 +0200, you wrote:
I have looked into putting Lua into a lot of different microcontrollers
but most controllers fails on the memory part. You need ltos of memory
(for a microcontroller) and you need full a malloc implementation. take a
look at the uClinux - My guess is, if a microcontroller can run uClinux it
would run Lua also..
But the ATmega128 has only 4 Kb RAM so there is ny chance of Lua running