Mark Chadwick on 4 Sep 2007 13:34:08 -0000

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Re: [PhillyOnRails] "Ruby for microcontrollers" a short list...

Another interesting project:

You might want to poke around that code, as it's taking a small Ruby DSL, and translating it to C/C++ for the controller.

That said, I'm not sure of the real value of shoehorning Ruby on a microcontroller.  C isn't exactly the plague.  If there was ever a "time and place" for C code, it seems like it couldn't be too far from this.
(Should I duck?)

Anyone else screwing around with Arduino boards?

On 9/4/07, GREG NEELEY < > wrote:
September 3, 2007

About all I could find with this fellow:

He worked in '03 with various microcontrollers in an
setting, and used Ruby, as he describes in "high
at URL above.  He's outlined three straightforward

His last was precisely what I had in mind, (C-TRAN
paradigm, only using Ruby to generate the C) so
there's "nothing
new under the sun" (Ecclesiastes) :-)
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