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I am porting eLua to the Atmel SAM3/4 processors, in particular the SAM3X8E used in the Arduino Due. Port is running, with support for the serial console and several devices. PIO - works UART - works, except for buffering (xmodem does not work on serial console). Hardware flow control written, but not tested. USB CDC - works, except for buffering (although attached build does not use it). Timers - works PWM - works, but has some issues (sometimes the drivers return wrong values to eLua, but it does work). Have not tested for accuracy of frequency or duty cycle. So far just uses the
I am working on porting eLua to the Stellaris and Tiva Launchpad. eLua is a version of Lua (a scripting language) for microcontrollers. Main eLua web site http://www.eluaproject.net/ eLua works as an interpreter running on the virtual serial port. eLua already runs on several of the Stellaris LM3 development kits. Source code for my port is available on Github https://github.com/ecdr/elua in the LM4 branch Current status: It compiles (using codesourcery) and runs (i.e. hello world and blinking led work). Undergoing testing. It is integer only (may not be enough memory for floating point