[BangPypers] converting python to assembly..
anandology at gmail.com
Fri Jun 1 09:37:59 CEST 2012
On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 12:29 PM, Vishal <vsapre80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 11:32 AM, Anand Balachandran Pillai <
> abpillai at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 11:40 AM, Vishal <vsapre80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > Does anybody know of any effort that can covert a relatively static
> > version
> > > of python code into assembly for use with microcontrollers ?
> > >
> > Just wondering what is the need for this ? If you are coding in Python
> > in the first place do you really want to go down all the way to assembly
> > code output ? In that case I think you should start off with C rather
> > than Python.
> > >> Very good question. Here's the situation. In one of our products, we
> create the control app in Python, but then need to control physical
> outputs/inputs of analog and digital nature. We need to use a
> microcontroller board for this. The microcontroller still needs lot of
> software, an RTOS, and number of tasks (serial, ADC, PWM etc etc). All this
> software needs to be written in the preferred dialect of C and using the
> preferred compiler of the vendor (MPLAB for Microchip's PIC controllers
> etc). It would be great if we could simply write in Python and then have
> this converted to the preferred microcontroller's assembly either as direct
> binary files or creating a C file with the assembly code inside asm() calls
> and then passing this C file to the MPLAB compiler.
> Life can go on even without this hack...but this hack would make life
> easier and more productive.
Python is too heavyweight to port it to a microcontroller. May be you
should give a try to something like lua.
Lua is a lightweight, embeddable programming language.
I don't any experience with it, but I've seem people using it in as
embedded scripting language. For example lighttpd has a hook to run lua
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