joerg.straube at iaeth.ch
Sun Oct 13 23:31:14 CEST 2019
As build environment I use the Oberon-07 emulator on the Mac. The nice thing of this environment is, that it can write Mac native files. The benefit: I don‘t use the (cumbersome) serial transfer of files between guest and host OS.
I also ported the Oberon-07 compiler to Linz Oberon on Windows 10 as cross compiler. In this environment I use my command ISO.CopyTo to copy files to an Oberon. img file.
With my module ISO.Mod I get rid of the serial file transfer between Windows and Oberon-07
With the command CopyFrom I can copy from Oberon-07 to Windows.
You could do the same for A2 but I did not do it so far.
> Am 13.10.2019 um 22:14 schrieb Skulski, Wojciech <skulski at pas.rochester.edu>:
>> First let me ask, where / on what machine do you want to build the Oberon system?
> A good question. I am using Windows. Is there an official environment for cross-development of the Oberon System on Windows? We used Astrobe, but it is not meant for the Oberon System proper. Then there is the emulator. I wonder if it is possible to develop a somewhat different version of the System under the emulator? Like adding new low level peripherals. Or is it limited to applications?
> My target is the FPGA board running the full Oberon System. A cross development would be nice. Which cross environment is recommended for Windows, other than Astrobe?
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