Most commercial users of ScriptBasic use a browser interface to the BASIC.Or a BASIC that can be used from a terminal, like the good old days!
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That is cool.Most commercial users of ScriptBasic use a browser interface to the BASIC.
What on Earth are you counting there?Interesting the dedicated Python board post count don't extend beyond one page. The ScriptBasic thread just exceeded the 600 post threshold.
Dream on.It looks to me that ScriptBasic deserves it's own board.
The sbhttpd application server is what is used under the covers for the browser interface.Heater wrote: Not quite what I had in mind. I'd like to have a stand alone system. Just talk to it's command line over a serial link from minicom or putty or whatever terminal.
Dreams are unacomplished reality.Dream on.
polls on this forum are seen as undesirable, and only used in rare cases, in fact I know of none that is currently running..
Voting has taken a hit with brexit, US elections, ... and trying to be heard seems pointless.polls on this forum are seen as undesirable,
I'm confused.Its major use is an embedded scripting language in BACnet controllers.
I had a browse through the repo but what I looked at seemed to be doing things differently to how the GPIO module does things.ScriptBasic wrote: ↑Sun May 19, 2019 11:24 pmThe SciptBasic repo (sandbox) there is an extensions project. I would recommend looking at the extensions that go with the core build as well.
Have you looked at the GPIO extension module as an example? That extension is just a wrapper to the code you already know.
Thanks; attached. I split the native C out from the interface with ScriptBasic , so it's mostly "interface.c" which I need to resolve -
I wouldn't bet on it. There are other languages ahead of ScriptBasic, or any Basic, which can be argued to be more deserving of their own forum section. What we currently have seems appropriate to me. Gaining an 'own forum section' would rest on demonstrable need and there doesn't even seem to be any demand for that at present.
Not really true. There are posts and mentions of Bas 2.5, BBC BASIC, blasic, Chipmunk BASIC, FreeBasic, FUZE BASIC, Gambas, Liberty Basic, Matrix Brandy BASIC, MMBASIC, RTB Basic, SpecBas, Tiny Basic, Visual Basic, X11-basic, Xojo (realBASIC), and yabasic, on the forum.
I have not tried it but I don't see how ScriptBasic is any less suitable than any other language for embedding in a bare metal system.
I have not looked it to the ScriptBasic sources yet so I have no idea.I have not tried it but I don't see how ScriptBasic is any less suitable than any other language for embedding in a bare metal system...
I'm not quite sure what you are suggesting there. If it requires major additions to my RISC V there are couple of issues. If I ever actually get the thing running it will be pretty minimal because:I would perhaps suggest that rather than go through the blood, sweat and tears, of getting something to run on your RISC-V chip as it is, it would be better investing that effort into adding what your RISC-V chip needs to run what's already available.
Thanks @hippy. I'll have a look and get back to you.Thanks; attached. I split the native C out from the interface with ScriptBasic , so it's mostly "interface.c" which I need to resolve