[PD-dev] Porting Pd to FreeRTOS ( was Re: plans for next Pd release)
msp at ucsd.edu
Wed Jul 14 18:03:32 CEST 2021
Cool, that's excellent news. I'm using the ADF i2s audio driver but staying
away from their "streams" since they're too clunky (and they eat memory).
I have only audio, bluetooth serial emulation, and SD card filesystem,
no threaded readsf or networking (probably too memory-intensive again).
I had to go way out on a Pd branch to get it running, but I want to rebase
all that once I get the Pd source in better shape to support it.
On Wed, Jul 14, 2021 at 10:32:23AM +0200, Winfried Ritsch wrote:
> > Before doing that I want to do some reorganizing - in porting Pd to FreeRTOS
> > (so I can run it on an Espressif LyraT board, which I think takes only
> > about 10 or 20% of the current that a Pi needs) I found out that I had to
> > move a few functions from one file to another.
> That is really exciting news, since I do most physical project on ESP32xxx for
> distributed computermusic projects from speaker to robotic instruments.
> So please let us know how it progress if you need for testing debug or other
> helps. Maybe can help with objects helping interfacing the Peripheral
> possibilities, from touch to solenoids drive...
> Are you targeting the ESP-IDF/ESP-ADF framework ?
> mfg winfried
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