Most "active" coroutine library project?
Wed Sep 30 09:46:38 CEST 2009
Hendrik van Rooyen <hendrik at microcorp.co.za> writes:
> You were lucky - I started with an 8039 and the 8048 was a step up!
> This is getting a bit far away from python and coroutines, though. :-)
Getting away from python in the opposite direction, if you click
the second presentation "Controlling Hybrid Vehicles with Haskell"
might interest you. Basically it's about a high level DSL that
generates realtime control code written in C. From the slides:
* 5K lines of Haskell/atom replaced 120K lines of matlab, simulink,
and visual basic.
* 2 months to port simulink design to atom.
* Rules with execution periods from 1ms to 10s all scheduled at
compile time to a 1 ms main loop.
* Atom design clears electronic/sw testing on first pass.
* Currently in vehicle testing with no major issues.
Code is here: http://hackage.haskell.org/package/atom
Blurb: "Atom is a Haskell DSL for designing hard realtime embedded
programs. Based on conditional term rewriting, atom will compile a
collection of atomic state transition rules to a C program with
constant memory use and deterministic execution time."
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