Hi Dave,
Thanks for sharing this info :)
I think i met something similar of this before, it was also a Forth machine And 
it was developed by the Forth language designer Charles Moore. I think it was 
called GreenArrays something?
Btw the pilmcu progress got a bit slow due to some other urgent works to be 
done back at the office. But it still going on just in slow pace, will update 
everyone once i can provide a better news, cheers!


     On Tuesday, April 14, 2015 10:49 PM, "Loyall, David" 
<david.loy...@nebraska.gov> wrote:

 Today on HN I read about a tiny stack-based CPU called J1.

This is its homepage: http://www.excamera.com/sphinx/fpga-j1.html and here is a 
more formal description: http://www.excamera.com/files/j1.pdf

Here is the quote that made me bring this topic to the picolisp mailing list:

    "The J1 is probably close to the simplest possible useful CPU."

Alexander, do you agree with that statement?  Is the J1 the same as pil?

Are there any neat tricks James Bowman used that could be useful in pilmcu?


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