[Haskell-cafe] ghci on ARM m3?
rasen.dubi at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 09:42:24 UTC 2015
I'm not aware of state of Haskell compilers for ARM platform, but I'm an
embedded developer. As far as I know, you can't run Cortex-M3 code on
Raspberry Pi, because latest is Cortex-A8 and I believe M3 and A8 are
2015-02-06 4:18 GMT+02:00 Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org>:
> Lately, I've not been doing much Haskell because I've buried in embedded
> systems work. The code is all C, with only a smidgen of C++ (for which I am
> One of the things I've been toying with is turning part of the on-chip
> configuration information a haskel functions. They'd even be pure code, and
> would be a lot more expressive than what's there now.
> The target platforms are running Cortex M3 CPUs. I know that jhc/ajhc will
> generate code for those CPUs, but I really need at least a subset of the
> compiler running on the target processor with no pre-installed RTOS. Has
> that been done? Is it likely to even be possible?
> As part of the project, I'll need to install both a cross-compiler on my
> Unix box, and the the compiler (or parts of it) on the M3. Can someone
> provide pointers to tutorials on that? My google-foo wasn't powerful enough
> to find any.
> I'm thinking about using either an Aruino Due (as it has the M3 CPU on it)
> as a testbed platform. So tutorials targeted for that platform would be
> particularly appreciated.
> Since I hopefully have the eyes of people experienced with these things,
> should I be considering a raspberry pi or something similar instead of the
> Due? Basically, will I be able to run code built for the M3 CPU on the pi
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