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  1. OCMIPS is a mod for OpenComputers which adds a MIPS-I architecture core. Status: - The CPU itself is mostly complete. - It's sorely lacking in software, although Lua 5.3.2 runs (or at least used to). - It's got an ELF bootloader EEPROM. - I used to be able to boot Lua off a T1 (192KB) stick of RAM when run atop Mocha + libgreen, but I accidentally broke stuff so I still need to fix that. - The component API currently sucks. Here's a proposal that should help make it suck less for some components. OCMIPS source: https://github.com/iamgreaser/ocmips If you want binaries, lurk on #oc and I spit them out from time to time, although this old one might work (link is for a 1.7.10 version; github should have 1.9 stuff). For building a cross compiler, I use binutils + gcc + newlib. Feed "--target=mipsel-none-elf" into the configure scripts. When building gcc, use "make all-gcc" and "sudo make install-gcc" for the first stage, build newlib, and then continue with "make all" and "sudo make install". "--enable-languages=c,c++" should work fine. Fortran support needs to be whacked with a hammer initially so you may want to skip that unless you really need it. Other langs not tested. Latest screenshot: Cache works! Mod Edit: Pinned ~ Liz
  2. Rainbow Sometimes you need to write colored strings in terminal. It isn't easy in some cases, so i wrote library for colored output. Download You can download this library using this command: pastebin get J9nAzYai Also this library can be found in my oppm repository, just navigate to rainbow folder. Example Documentation ... will be here soon. Just wait. Enjoy!
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