On Sunday, 6 September 2015 at 09:42:53 UTC, Grand_Axe wrote:
On Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 21:13:12 UTC, anonymous wrote:
On Wednesday, 2 September 2015 at 14:41:20 UTC, GrandAxe wrote:
Unnetworked personal mobile devices are the target platform
for the standard implementation of OBI.
What hardware/OS (if any) will you use? Depending on the
answer: do you plan to submit PR to extend plattform support
of the compiler as necessary? Compared to your agenda full D
support on Android/iOS/bare metal may be easy... Anyway a
large codebase may be a good compiler test for ARM (or
whatever you use).
A final target platform has not yet been settled, the main
thrust right now is for a successful demo. However phone OS's
such as Android (especially) and iOS have the potential to
throw up nightmare security issues, therefore might not be
candidates. Also the platform will need to be unnetworked which
might knock out phone OS's.
The demo will be PC based, after which it will be optimised for
a number of target processors.
1. OBI uses big data
2. no network
OBI runs on a portable device with sufficient resources to
process big data in realtime (I want OBI to answer immediately) -
I am looking forward for such a device - I want it as least as
fast as a XEON cpu, 32 GB+ RAM and a battery life of at least
I guess your demo will be some kind of console-based ELIZA.
"emacs -> M-x doctor" is quite good:)