[plt-scheme] Re: ARM support

From: Deep (deepankar.sharma at gmail.com)
Date: Mon Oct 6 20:36:20 EDT 2008

The Scheme2Java compiler is great news.
Having said that - I wanted to return to my original question - is ARM
a supported platform for DrScheme ?  If not are the changes to port
DrScheme to ARM trivial ? I searched the board for ARM but the only
posts that come up talk about a broken libffi arm port.

On Oct 6, 6:17 pm, "Shriram Krishnamurthi" <s... at cs.brown.edu> wrote:
> For simple animations that use the World teachpack, we have a compiler
> (with support for a good chunk of Scheme primitives) to Java so the
> programs can be run on cell phones w/ a JVM.  Release coming up in the
> near future.
> On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Deep <deepankar.sha... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have been using DrScheme to build some game prototypes. I recently
> > preordered a Pandora game console -http://www.openpandora.orgto be
> > able to develop games on it. The openpandora is basically an open
> > console and has an ARM cpu and runs linux. I wanted to know if
> > DrScheme has a maintained arm port ?
> > Also - just as an aside have people tried getting DrScheme (or any
> > other scheme) to work on the iPhone (also an ARM device).
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