Stefan Reinauer wrote:
You might want to look at this old stand-alone version
of the openbios
forth kernel: http://www.openbios.org/bin/kernel-1.1.tar.bz2
Okay, I managed to cross-compile kernel-1.1.
(Unfortunately the original kernel-1.1. built process does not support
cross-platform builts, distinguishing between host and target):
1. Build the kernel & dictionary on my host system (cygwin)
2. Build the target kernel (Leon-Sparc) including the dictionary.h built
in step 1.
After starting openbios() I'm getting the error:
panic: dictionary not valid.
load_dictionary() returns -1;
Could this have to do with endianess ? Some other ideas ?
And plug the fcode evaluator directly on top of that.
You can probably
end up with a 32k-48k system (uncompressed).
The system itself seems to be quite small:
Uncompressed: 26 kB code + 24 kB data
Compressed: 11 kB code + 10 kB data
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