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Porting the Transterpreter

Until now, we claimed that porting the Transterpreter was easy. Now, we've got docs that demonstrate just how easy it really is. OK, OK, so anything that involves setting up a cross-compiler, writing a bit of C, and interfacing your hardware from a high-level language through a low-level language isn't exactly easy. But, my suspicion is that the approach we've taken isn't so ugly, either. Certainly, there's a lot of rough edges around the Transterpeter (as we learn by writing documentation like this), but overall, I think we're pretty pleased. Take a look at our documentation regarding how to port the Transterpreter to a new platform, and see what you think. If you're interested in using the Transterpreter to do something cool at the intersection of concurrency and ... well, anything, don't be afraid to join one of our mailing lists and shout, or just drop us a line directly.


  • Posted: October 23, 2006
  • Author: Matthew Jadud
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