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- Subject: Re: Byte code compiling question
- From: Bogdan Marinescu <bogdan.marinescu@...>
- Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2011 12:56:14 +0300
On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 12:35 PM, Patrick Rapin <email@example.com>
> Are you quite sure about this? It seems very weird to have an emulator that can'tOf course, he is. Probably that the term 'emulator' is incorrect for
> actually run your target's binaries (which is obviously the case since the endianness is different).
this case. This is more a firmware simulator.
I have developed something similar for Olivetti printer firmware. It
is possible to compile a subset of the firmware classes in a Windows
program, to test non mechanical related things like the printer
But the environments are very different: MIPS processor, big endian,
GHS compiler and uCos RTOS on one side, and Intel processor, little
endian, Microsoft compiler and Windows OS on the other side...
I understand now, thank you.
Next question for Jeff: is your host (Windows) system a 32-bit build or a 64-bit build? If you're compiling for 64 bits with VS2008, but the standard luac you're using is compiled in 32-bit mode you'll get into trouble.