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how much non-volatile memory for code + stored data is available by Mono on the EV3?
As just a user reported, on the original Lego flash only 5M are free, same 5M non-volaitle memory are free for excutables compiled by gpp C and CSLite toolcahins – the rest is used for OS and VM.
If Mono is booting by a SD card (e.g. 4GB or 16GB): how much memory is free for variables or program code over all at most?
the fixed leJOS benchmark has been published, but for the fixed adapted benchmarks the runtimes haven’t changed so much.
Updated Mono benchmarks would be very much appreciated though! 🙂
Another new programming language has appeared on the horizon: EV3-Basic, made just for kids and beginners, targeting the Lego lms2012 VM by MS Small Basic and homebrewed DLLs for autonomous and remote programs:
share and enjoy!
- This reply was modified 8 years, 1 month ago by Helmut Wunder.