From: Bakul Shah <email@example.com> To: 9fans <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: [9fans] building blocks speaking 9p Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 13:26:44 -0800 [thread overview] Message-ID: <B3D183D2-EF9B-421B-96FF-C0B245684C80@iitbombay.org> (raw) In-Reply-To: <CAOw7k5hWMc3RpYVDrLuF2z2Fx3nup4QzSUwEwOXmVp+b8PiUdQ@mail.gmail.com> [-- Attachment #1: Type: text/plain, Size: 3043 bytes --] Thanks! Quite an interesting paper. I vaguely recall reading this a long time ago. I think the key will be to figure out how to make this a very easy to use component. It is not rocket science but will probably require a few iterations to smooth out any rough edges and to see what evolves. Good to see there is interest in the community! > On Jan 28, 2022, at 11:01 AM, Charles Forsyth <email@example.com> wrote: > > https://www.cs.york.ac.uk/rts/static/papers/R:N.C.:Audsley:2006.pdf <https://www.cs.york.ac.uk/rts/static/papers/R:N.C.:Audsley:2006.pdf> might be of interest. > > They turned up at an embedded systems show at Birmingham NEC about that time. > I was attending independently, but it was interesting to see,. > Wandering about some boring other stands, I found one that was showing off a small embedded device running a remarkable system. > There was source code on the screen. > "Hmm", I asked, "what's the language it's running?" > Lars Bok [for it was he], proudly, "It is SmallTalk!" in 64k [I think] on a micro with a real-time garbage collector and in-service code updating on the fly. > Just fantastic. We bemoaned the boring nature of most of the stands. I mentioned Styx-on-a-Chip and he wandered off to have a look, returning to say it was also interesting. > I forget the name of the system, but eventually the company was sold on or got different investors in, who turned it into a Java thing. As usual. > > On Fri, 28 Jan 2022 at 10:18, Lucio De Re <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote: > On 1/28/22, Bakul Shah <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote: > > > > Think of really simple, low power, low cost devices. > > USB can also provide power. USB+ATtiny85 devel boards > > cost ~$3 even at Amazon. And FPGA boards can be > > pretty inexpensive too. If you can find them. > > > I've recommended olimex.com <http://olimex.com/> in the past. They specialise in Open > Architecture Hardware. Their prices are very reasonable and product > range quite broad. > > Lucio. > > ------------------------------------------ > 9fans: 9fans > Permalink: https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/Ta4e584a373b05553-M84956412e025f5666616e7cd <https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/Ta4e584a373b05553-M84956412e025f5666616e7cd> > Delivery options: https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/subscription <https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/subscription> > 9fans <https://9fans.topicbox.com/latest> / 9fans / see discussions <https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans> + participants <https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/members> + delivery options <https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/subscription>Permalink <https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/Ta4e584a373b05553-Mc901f3049ed9f148d9ee00e7> ------------------------------------------ 9fans: 9fans Permalink: https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/Ta4e584a373b05553-M3c9ced3c7ccb25fd4918537c Delivery options: https://9fans.topicbox.com/groups/9fans/subscription [-- Attachment #2: Type: text/html, Size: 4843 bytes --]
next prev parent reply other threads:[~2022-01-28 21:27 UTC|newest] Thread overview: 34+ messages / expand[flat|nested] mbox.gz Atom feed top 2022-01-27 22:57 Bakul Shah 2022-01-28 2:55 ` Thaddeus Woskowiak 2022-01-28 3:31 ` Lucio De Re 2022-01-28 5:16 ` Bakul Shah 2022-01-28 10:16 ` Lucio De Re 2022-01-28 19:01 ` Charles Forsyth 2022-01-28 21:26 ` Bakul Shah [this message] 2022-01-28 21:37 ` Eli Cohen 2022-01-28 20:54 ` Tony Mendoza 2022-01-28 20:59 ` Tony Mendoza 2022-01-28 21:03 ` ori 2022-01-28 21:07 ` Tony Mendoza 2022-01-28 21:06 ` Eli Cohen 2022-01-28 21:16 ` Tony Mendoza 2022-01-28 21:27 ` Eli Cohen 2022-01-28 21:33 ` david 2022-01-28 21:46 ` Tony Mendoza 2022-01-28 22:23 ` David Boddie 2022-01-29 1:04 ` Lyndon Nerenberg (VE7TFX/VE6BBM) 2022-01-29 2:08 ` David Boddie 2022-01-29 3:36 ` Tony Mendoza 2022-01-29 18:03 ` David Boddie 2022-01-29 2:32 ` Thaddeus Woskowiak 2022-01-29 20:04 ` [9fans] aiju boards Lyndon Nerenberg (VE7TFX/VE6BBM) 2022-01-28 19:32 ` [9fans] building blocks speaking 9p Kent R. Spillner 2022-01-28 4:54 ` ori 2022-01-28 20:55 ` Lyndon Nerenberg (VE7TFX/VE6BBM) 2022-01-29 9:16 ` Skip Tavakkolian 2022-01-29 11:56 ` Frank D. Engel, Jr. 2022-01-29 12:14 ` Frank D. Engel, Jr. 2022-01-29 12:30 ` Frank D. Engel, Jr. 2022-01-29 13:24 ` cinap_lenrek 2022-02-15 3:07 ` Lyndon Nerenberg (VE7TFX/VE6BBM) 2022-01-29 20:53 Lyndon Nerenberg (VE7TFX/VE6BBM)
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