But what I have in mind needs the OS and to hack GCC for some old school
assembly style register usage but I have two state machines using 8 and 16
registers each with the remainder as common...
every function in both software blocks only uses functions from the other
state machine with external functions using standard calling conventions
pretty much allowing me to soft define processors in a transmeta style
purely in software
I can also do the dedicated hardware thing later
There is a couple of tricks I want to try as well which require GCC to
allow an extended SVR4/SYSV calling convention allowing multiple inputs as
constant inputs AND return values without using the stack
I can explain further but you will need to question "why" if you have any
expectation of "more"
I have also already had a working prototype run reasonable written in 68K
assembler to emulate an i486 on an MC68040 benchmarked between 16-20MHz on
a 25MHz host
So I am protective over some of the design elements not getting mangled by
well meaning ignorance
AbH /Belxjander/ Draconis Serechai
On Nov 14, 2012 12:51 AM, "Marco" <marco.losu...@gmail.com> wrote:
for an older system?
> They never stopped doing demos for the Amiga and Commodore 64.
> Il giorno marted́ 13 novembre 2012 19:43:19 UTC+9, AbHセレチャイベル ha scritto:
>> Fun... I wonder hoe they would take the demonstration of something new
Groups "TokyoHackerSpace" group.
>> On Nov 13, 2012 10:42 AM, "MRE" <epre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Its on my birthday! And a holliday weekend. Perfect.
>>> Will get it on our callendar this week.
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