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Thanks for responding everyone! We have decided to pick up this project so hopefully you'll hear more from us soon. We are going over the languages and issues discussed here. I think we are going to drop the dynamically typed part but there are a lot of other idea's we can implement.

Are you doing that alone? :/


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we, a team of 3 students,
Rob Tillaart

Nederlandse sectie - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,77.0.html -
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I am working on a Common Lisp compiler. I have a lot of it working. If you interested, check out my project at http://sourceforge.net/projects/arduinolisp/



How do I actually use what the above link leads to?


Hi, my first advise for the community would be to go with atmega1284p as the arduino cpu of choice (the pin compatible with 644p, 16kB ram, 128kB flash, available in DIL40 as well as 44pin smd, price equal to at328p). With such a hw platform you may develop an OS on the chip (e.g. an "Ardos" based on "Bitlash"). Bitlash alone compiles to 14kB w/o a SDcard support. I did assembled Bitlash 2.0RC2, RTC an SDfat libs and it is ~29kB of flash, 90Bytes free ram. And you need a space for your application of course.. No way to go with 328p.
Provided the arduino enthusiast go with an at1284p you will free your hands for a serious development. And for the same price.  8)

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