Python on an embedded platform

Paul Rubin http
Thu Jan 19 17:15:43 EST 2006

"Kay Schluehr" <kay.schluehr at> writes:
> Yes, definitely. The smallest JVM I've seen was dedicated for an 8-Bit
> AVR with 8 KByte EEPROM ( or was it Flash? ) and a 768 byte sized heap.

That sounds like Javacard, which is a subset of a JVM (e.g. a minimal
Javacard implementation doesn't need garbage collection).  JVM's can
be quite small, but not THAT small.

Actually you might mean this:

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