Hi Alex,> > > as Jkob said, its a new 64bit CPU :)
> > 
> > Some kind of derivative of this : http://software-lab.de/doc64/asm ?
> 
> Bingo! Not a derivative, but a 1:1 implementation of that.Thanks! was going 
> to say the same thing :)


Hi Kuba,
> Cool, I use old school IMAP account with an actual quota (believe it or not 
> ;) )Cool!! ok let me check whats my easy option here :)
> Some kind of derivative of this : http://software-lab.de/doc64/asm ?
> 
> Cool design of the 64bit version that allows to create a completely custom 
> CPU or at the very least easy translation to pretty much any architectureAs 
> Alex pointed, it is the hardware implementation of the doc64/asm, indeed  a 
> great design by Alex ;)
> Technically both could be considered bare-metal environments running on 
> generic ARM cores.ah got it, then its the high level language here is just 
> considered as a C alternative here.. cool! hmm would it generate a more 
> optimized code than C too? that depends on the compiler right hmmm
> I didn't really have time but I did give it a try and got it to work on my 
> STM32F4 - didn't take very long ;)yup! saw your post and it was interesting 
> to see the log, thanks for sharing! you mentioned on the slow performance hmm 
> let me understand the set up, you have a STM32F4 running miniPil inside and 
> you access the prompt thru UART correct? indeed fun ;)

BR,
geo 

     On Wednesday, November 26, 2014 8:49 PM, Alexander Burger 
<a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
   

 Hi Kuba,

> > as Jkob said, its a new 64bit CPU :)
> 
> Some kind of derivative of this : http://software-lab.de/doc64/asm ?

Bingo! Not a derivative, but a 1:1 implementation of that.

♪♫ Alex
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