Re: [Amforth] AmForth Weekend 1 (2020-06-27/28)

2020-07-05 Thread Ian Jefferson
Thanks for the thought stream Erich. I have one other wacky idea for the list. Maybe for next year when life in theory will settle or possibly over the 2020-2021 winter. I’d like to re-engineer a device called the CNC FROG. It was originally a kind of 1.5 or 2.5 axis CNC gizmo but really

Re: [Amforth] AmForth Weekend 1 (2020-06-27/28)

2020-07-01 Thread Tristan Williams
Hello, > Who of you is using which target controller? I use AVR atmega328p, atmega1284p, atmega2560 > Can we get rid of the Atmel/Microchip Avrasm Assembler? Unless AmForth/avr8 can be ported to gnu assembly, no. I would imagine that would be a lot of work and wine does run it very well.

Re: [Amforth] AmForth Weekend 1 (2020-06-27/28)

2020-06-30 Thread Charley Shattuck via Amforth-devel
I only recently learned about amforth (I guess I'd heard of it, but hadn't looked at it yet). I was especially interested in having it run on ARM, but I don't have the experience it would take to figure out all the standard assembler stuff. I've always used Forth target compilers/assemblers in

Re: [Amforth] AmForth Weekend 1 (2020-06-27/28)

2020-06-30 Thread Mark Roth
On Sun, Jun 28, 2020 at 5:29 PM Erich Wälde wrote: > > Dear AmForthers, > > due to some unlikely fluctuation in probability space (or some > other excuse) I declared this weekend to be "AmForth weekend 1" > --- for me at least. While being working on this I decided to let > you know, what is

[Amforth] AmForth Weekend 1 (2020-06-27/28)

2020-06-28 Thread Erich Wälde
Dear AmForthers, due to some unlikely fluctuation in probability space (or some other excuse) I declared this weekend to be "AmForth weekend 1" --- for me at least. While being working on this I decided to let you know, what is happening, and what is going around in my head regarding AmForth.