After my previous post on delimiter-free languages it occurred to me that the idea of txtzyme has merit for communication between some of the devices I have to hand.
Some while ago I spent some time producing some bare-metal code examples for the Raspberry Pi (flashing morse code, GPIO control and uart stuff, for example), but never got much further before being distracted by the idea of building a bare-metal operating system and programming language. The basic bare-metal platform which I produced should not need much change to implement some of the basics of txtzyme. Digital pins, console input/output, and microsecond timing are already there, and a few other features can easily be added.
Even more interesting would be the idea of implementing the same concept on the range of other odd boards. The ability to hook them up in arbitrary networks and patterns, while using the best I/O and CPU features of each board seems pretty nifty.
No time to work on this right now, sadly.