On Monday, 3 July 2017 at 23:16:07 UTC, solidstate1991 wrote:
While I currently don't have an ARM based hardware that would
be easy to develop on, I'm planning to use QEMU to emulate some
form of ARMv6 CPU, as it'll be the main target, as it's still
being used in devices like the Raspberry Pi.
Let me still point out the obvious, we already do have working
ARM backends from both gdc and ldc.
If you're interested in spending that amount of time into ARM
development, you might find improving bare-metal ARM support for
embedded systems (noeabi) or AARCH64 support of druntime/phobos
equally interesting projects with a bit more impact.