Unfortunately I have not gotten it to run, honestly I have been more concentrating on getting some tutorial programs cleaned up for teaching noobs to code for RISC OS, in BBC BASIC, ARM Assembly (ObjAsm syntax), and C.ejolson wrote: ↑Sat Dec 01, 2018 2:08 amDid you ever get the Pi pie chart program to run? It would be interesting to see the results of pichart-serial on a Pi 3B under clocked to 500MHz.DavidS wrote: ↑Sat Dec 01, 2018 1:11 amRemember also that the A53 in the RPi 3B/3B+/3A+ is already a lot faster per single core than the ARM1176JZF-S of the RPi A/B/A+/B+/Zero/ZeroW at the same clock (the a single A53 core in the RPi 3B at 500MHz will run circles around the ARM1176JZF-S of the RPi 3B+ at 700MHz running the same exact binary).
How hard do you think it would be to create a version of FreeBASIC that leveraged the LLVM code generator to produce executable binaries for the Raspberry Pi?
I will have to take another look at it to see if I can figure out why it is not working, my last attempt crashed the system. 500MHz is not my normal running speed, though I can clock it down to that (and have clocked it lower for testing).
BTW clocking a 1B+ at 400MHz for arm_freq is a good way to test performance of code, if it runs well with that setting (and sdram_freq=200, gpu_freq=200) then I consider it fast enough to be usable on an ARMv6 BCM2835 based Pi at 1000MHz, and at least default speed on everything else.