This post is a little rough, and is intended both as a memory aid for myself and as an example for anyone else who needs to know this stuff. I’ve recently decided to push toward x86_64 support in my toy/research OS project, and needed to build a GCC cross compiler for that target. In myContinue reading “Using GCC as cross-compiler with x86_64 target”
TL;DR – We built a Wifi-capable four-way mains socket using a NodeMCU ESP8266 development board, some relays, and the Arduino libraries (but not their hardware). We coded it in C++, which you’ll find on GitHub.
In the meantime, I’ve also started work on porting (if that’s the right word) Curb to FFI, with a view to moving away from the existing C code.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m now working on Curb again, and currently on Windows. Back in 2006 when I wrote the original Curb, I wouldn’t go near a Windows box for religious reasons, and the project has never officially supported the platform. There are plenty of bugs and posts around about peopleContinue reading “Building Curb on Windows”