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- Subject: Re: hardware + Lua resources
- From: "Ivan Baggett" <ibaggett@...>
- Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 21:08:03 -0500
I would like to see Lua (or eLua) ported to Microchip's PIC32, which is a
MIPS architecture. Some variants of PIC32 have 128K of SRAM, and 512K of
flash. Last time I looked, there were several ports of Lua to ARM, but
none for PIC32. Any new work on this?
> Mostly SoC -- System-on-Chip. Highly integrated chips, so SoC is a
> better label that works when it's impossible to tag them as pure
> "microcontrollers" or pure "CPUs". Doesn't really matter as long
> as it's 32 bits and there is a fair bit of RAM.
> Many examples have been mentioned in the past I think, though I
> don't recall whether there is a web page listing such things...
> Many ARMs and MIPS are <USD5 per piece these days... heaven for
> hardware hobbyists.