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CAVRIT

CricketScience.CAVRIT History

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April 18, 2007, at 01:48 AM by Fred Martin -
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CAVRIT is a updated version of the CricketLogo interpreter that is designed to run on the Atmel AVR Butterfly development board. It is backwards compatible with both the communication and bytecode specifications at the [[http://www.handyboard.com/cricket/tech | Handy Cricket]] site. CAVRIT, however, does have several major differences including full 16-bit address support, daemon multithreading and has additional bytecodes and comm primatives.

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CAVRIT (Cricket AVR InTerpreter) is a updated version of the Cricket Logo interpreter that is designed to run on the Atmel AVR Butterfly development board. It is backwards compatible with both the communication and bytecode specifications at the [[http://www.handyboard.com/cricket/tech | Handy Cricket]] site. CAVRIT, however, does have several major differences including full 16-bit address support, daemon multithreading and has additional bytecodes and comm primatives.

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CAVRIT is a updated version of the CricketLogo interpreter that is designed to run on the Atmel AVR Butterfly development board. It is backwards compatible with both the communication and bytecode specifications at the [[http://www.handyboard.com/cricket/tech | Handy Cricket]] site. CAVRIT, however, does have several major differences including full 16-bit address support, daemon multithreading and has additional bytecodes and comm primatives.


[[ Bytecodes -> CricketScience.CVRBytecode ]]

[[ Communication Protocol -> CricketScience.CVRComms ]]

[[ Memory Map -> CricketScience.CVRMMap ]]

[[ Port Descriptions -> CricketScience.CVRPorts ]]
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