[riot-devel] HotSpot JVM on RIOT-OS?
joakim.gebart at eistec.se
Tue Aug 11 15:45:29 CEST 2015
I think the few others who _are_ interested in this kind of project
may find your progress interesting. I personally wouldn't mind if you
ask questions on the mailing list as long as you try to stick to one
thread and don't post a large number of messages without letting the
list users a little time to answer your posts first.
On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 3:38 PM, Zac Harvey <zharvey at pobox.com> wrote:
> Thanks for getting back to me and yes, I would agree that this Darjeeling
> fork makes for a nice starting point for such a project. I will have a good
> look at it tonight after I get home, but will likely have a lot of
> Are you OK with me reaching out to you via email or GitHub, or would you
> prefer that I keep these questions on the mailing list; or would you prefer
> that I just figure things out for myself :-) ? I'm only a hesitant to use
> these mailing lists because I will likely have a lot of initial questions
> and feel this is a pretty niche topic that not many other RIOTers will care
> Thanks again!
> On 8/11/15 9:29 AM, kevin wrote:
>> On 08/11/2015 02:35 PM, Michael Frey wrote:
>>> Darjeeling VM  might also be a good starting point.
>> in an effort to prevent duplicate work: if anyone wants to start playing
>> around with Darjeeling on ARM cortex, please have a look at the port I did
>> for my Bachelors Thesis first .
>> While the examples do not use RIOT, but xpcc for platform abstraction,
>> the vm itself is independent of any hardware abstraction. I have fixed a lot
>> of alignment issues on cortex-m0 and at least one logic bug in the
>> implementation on sourceforge, so it might be worthwhile to have a look at
>> my code before starting your own port to cortex-m.
>> Kevin Laeufer
>> : https://github.com/RWTH-OS/ostfriesentee
>> : https://github.com/RWTH-OS/ostfriesentee-examples
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