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Category Archives: e#

Random theses

This post collects and organizes discussion theses posted on different forums.

e# language vision as an 'embryonic development' story

In this post I present my vision of e# reflected through history of assemblers. For each stage in the assemblers’ history I am providing presumptive equivalents in e#, incrementing the complexity of each next example.

Benefits of using e#

I envision the following benefits of using e# It will allow writing better quality code in shorter time It will reduce maintenance cost by providing abilities for regression testing (on a simulator or in-circuit debugger) It will reduce impact of migrating to another device/platform

e# roadmap

Refine vision Establish requirements Design a device metamodel

Concept of a new PL for embedded applications

Preface I would like to discuss with you my ideas on new programming language for embedded applications, denoted further as e#. I value your time and therefore in this post I am trying to be short and precise as much as possible.