ok so read up on linker scripts & tried to compile hempl for aleph last night, outside of avr32lib/aleph repo:
no response from aleph on the serial port. Notice that power button works correctly with the new firmware flashed but other than that totally dark. Didn’t brick the aleph though - was able to reflash bees and back to normal… Any idea what might be going wrong or how I might be able to debug?
- is it possible the usb UART is set up differently on the mizar32 board to aleph?
- there was a bunch of stuff I didn’t understand in the aleph linker script. Is my revised hempl linker script missing vital stuff?
- EVK1100 build target seems to be broken in the hempl master branch - maybe next step would be try to figure out what’s up with that?
- Or somehow import config headers for the aleph board to hempl?
ok! on linux at least we can use fmemopen magic to spoof stdin/stdout! Fingers crossed it also works with avr32-gcc…
EDIT: aiieeeeeee! miniPicoLisp also uses a bunch of weird junk in a .d file (is that assembly!?) - tried hacking the picolisp from hempl into a clone of new aleph repo - somehow got it compiling but blows up on the device when you actually try to load simple (+ 1 1) expr using in-memory stream stdin. Trying again now to add aleph build target for hempl…