Bill St. Clair
wws at clozure.com
Thu Jan 28 16:22:47 UTC 2010
I haven't seen any mention of Power architecture in the A4. Everybody
says it's an Arm, in particular, the ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore.
I do hope Apple opens up the iPad for interpreters and compilers. As far
as I know, it will ship with the same limitations as the iPhone and iPod
Touch, meaning that we could make a CCL for it, but would only be able
to ship compiled apps, no eval or compile.
Actually, I hope they unlock it completely, and allow you to load any
software you want on YOUR computer.
On 1/28/10 10:55AM, Paul Krueger wrote:
> The new iPad uses Apple's proprietary A4 chip which reportedly has a
> Power architecture. Anyone want to speculate on the availability of
> CCL for it? Might be interesting ...
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