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- Subject: Re: Naked LUA
- From: Zomirp Cila <zomirp.cila@...>
- Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2010 13:21:02 +0200
On 27-Jul-10 12:20, HyperHacker wrote:
Lua interpreter that is, not lua scripts. Those would be precompiled
with luac. And as I said to my microcontrollers's machine langueages (is
this proper usage of plural).
On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 04:18, KHMan<email@example.com> wrote:
Zomirp Cila wrote:
I'm LUA fan for a decade now (introduced to me with Girder software) and
this is the first time I think about porting.
Anyway... what I need is interpreter or script engine to run on various
platforms with lowest footprint as possible, 16kB max.
Others have made their reservations known... Number One question, what
Lua needs a memory heap (in general), 32-bit integers (unless you're willing
to do a lot of whacking), and AFAIK anything with a few KBs of SRAM has tons
of Flash memory. If your part's Flash is so limited, something more like a
compiled-BASIC would be more appropriate.
There has been attempts at a cut-down language etc, but it wouldn't be
Kein-Hong Man (esq.)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Maybe what you want is to compile Lua to your microcontroller's