Hi to all,
are you interested in assembler language programming? if so, this could be of interest to you.
the basic idea is a 5kB kernel embedded on a MSP430FRxxxx, capable of downloading source files, interpreting and compiling them. Associated with a minimalist IDE: a text editor, a generic preprocessor and a terminal to communicate with the embedded kernel.
What is the craziest wish of a microcontroller programmer? In my opinion, it would be that once his source is modified, he clicks on the "build" shortcut of the editor and in a second, the program is compiled on the target, ready for testing. It's impossible, of course. But...
You have an MSP-EXP430FRxxxx launchpad plus an USB-UART bridge sleeping at the bottom of a drawer, and some COVID19 containment time to use? try this:
FastForth For MSP430fr5xxx
I hope you'll find at least some good ideas there.