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Project Summary

This project is based on Epson's S1C33E07 processor with SDRAM, a serial EEPROM and a SD card slot attached. Along with UI input/output devices, of course.

The project's goal is to provide a bunch of software:

a set of bootloaders which load a small kernel image from SD card and execute it. wiki-lib, a library which contains all the application's logic gui-lib, a very thin layer to provide glyph rendering and font file parsing some simulators (Qt/Cocoa/ncurses) which emulate the hardware to make development easy the 'kernel' code which is only a small wrapper around the hardware and uses wiki-lib and gui-lib host based tools to generate the content from Wikipedia sources (indexing, font file generation, ...) Toppers/JSP is included as source tree in a configuration that boots on the hardware. However, it is not currently used as base of our software stack.

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C
68%
C++
12%
Assembly
9%
21 Other
11%

30 Day Summary

Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

12 Month Summary

May 9 2015 — May 9 2016