mike at proclivis.com
Mon Feb 16 00:42:57 UTC 2015
I have used GHC on a 32 bit NUC running Ubuntu, and it is a bit slow compiling. Run time performance was ok for my app IO app.
I prefer a MinnowBoardMax running Ubuntu. The 64 bit dual core performs well much better, reasonable compile times.
Just don’t expect it to run like an I5/7 Quad core.
It is more like $150 + a Drive, so about $200. But it it works well.
On Feb 14, 2015, at 1:45 AM, Stephen Tetley <stephen.tetley at gmail.com> wrote:
> The spec sheet says MicroPython runs on bare metal on the PyBoard. It
> would be a lot of effort to make GHCi or even Hugs/Gofer do the same.
> As the price point for the PyBoard is the same as Raspberry PI, such
> an effort would perhaps be headstrong rather than sensible.
> On 14 February 2015 at 04:55, Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org> wrote:
>> I asked about running GHCI on something like the Arduino due, and was told
>> that there wasn't enough CPU on it for that.
>> How about getting it running on something like a PyBoard?
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