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Re: RUNNING TURBOCNC ON RASPBERRY PI

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  • James Newton
    If you open source the code, e.g. check it into github or source forge or whatever, then I and others could help you with it. I would personally LOVE to see
    Message 1 of 40 , Jun 17, 2013
      If you open source the code, e.g. check it into github or source forge or whatever, then I and others could help you with it.

      I would personally LOVE to see TCNC running on a PI.

      --
      James Newton
      massmind.org

      --- In turbocnc@yahoogroups.com, "dgoadby" <dg@...> wrote:
      >
      > Well I am not done with trying on this.
      >
      > First, I have a C version of TCNC that I have been working on for a long time. Basically, I transliterated (IIRC) the Pascal to C and re-engineered the quirky stuff. I used Borland TurboC 5.5 as it runs on a DOS platform.
      >
      > In the meantime I discovered Lazarus so I started a parallel project to see how far I could get.
      >
      > I have now discovered that is is possible to compile Lazarus Pascal to ARM code. This gets me to my current target board of choice which is BeagleBone Black. I have RPi's and Arduiono's too but I prefer the BeagleBone platform as there is a touch-screen LCD available.
      >
      > It is work in progress but I think it is possible to run TCNC on an ARM target.
      >
      > David Goadby
      >
      >
    • James Newton
      If you open source the code, e.g. check it into github or source forge or whatever, then I and others could help you with it. I would personally LOVE to see
      Message 40 of 40 , Jun 17, 2013
        If you open source the code, e.g. check it into github or source forge or whatever, then I and others could help you with it.

        I would personally LOVE to see TCNC running on a PI.

        --
        James Newton
        massmind.org

        --- In turbocnc@yahoogroups.com, "dgoadby" <dg@...> wrote:
        >
        > Well I am not done with trying on this.
        >
        > First, I have a C version of TCNC that I have been working on for a long time. Basically, I transliterated (IIRC) the Pascal to C and re-engineered the quirky stuff. I used Borland TurboC 5.5 as it runs on a DOS platform.
        >
        > In the meantime I discovered Lazarus so I started a parallel project to see how far I could get.
        >
        > I have now discovered that is is possible to compile Lazarus Pascal to ARM code. This gets me to my current target board of choice which is BeagleBone Black. I have RPi's and Arduiono's too but I prefer the BeagleBone platform as there is a touch-screen LCD available.
        >
        > It is work in progress but I think it is possible to run TCNC on an ARM target.
        >
        > David Goadby
        >
        >
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