Generating C++ code
jeanmichel at sequans.com
Wed Oct 10 17:05:20 CEST 2012
----- Original Message -----
> On 2012-10-10, Etienne Robillard <animelovin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, 10 Oct 2012 11:59:50 +0200 (CEST)
> > Jean-Michel Pichavant <jeanmichel at sequans.com> wrote:
> >> Well, the C++ code will end up running on a MIPS on a SOC,
> >> unfortunately, python is not an option here. The xml to C++ makes
> >> a
> >> lot of sense, because only a small part of the code is generated
> >> that
> >> way (everything related to log & fatal events). Everything else is
> >> written directly in C++.
> > sorry but i don't get what you mean with a "MIPS on a SOC". Is not
> > Python well supported on MIPS ?
> SoC == System On a Chip.
> It's a single-chip micro-controller embedded inside something that's
> not a general purpose computer (e.g. it's in a router, or piece of
> industrial equipment, or whatever). It may only have a couple MB of
> memory, it might have only a minimal RTOS (non-Linux/Unix,
> non-Windows), or it may actually have no OS at all. It almost
> certainly doesn't have a hard drive.
> Many years ago, there was a "deeply embedded Python" project that was
> attempting to get Python running on such platforms, but it's been
> abandoned for ages. IIRC, it was using Python 1.50 as a base
> Grant Edwards grant.b.edwards Yow! My vaseline
> at RUNNING...
Have a look at http://code.google.com/p/python-on-a-chip/
Last news on 2011/09/26, I'm not sure the project is still alive.
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