Running your own code on the Epiphany in 60 seconds

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Re: Running your own code on the Epiphany in 60 seconds

Postby sebraa » Mon May 30, 2016 12:10 pm

The images contain some example programs in your home drive. These should work.
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Re: Running your own code on the Epiphany in 60 seconds

Postby DJW » Fri Aug 26, 2016 12:37 am

Hello dudes,

is it possible to process complex python objects in parallel? I have multiple objects that (should) simultaneously wait for input-parameters to arrive and to be processed and passed to another object.

For me the main advantage of this is not only the faster processing time, but also (very important) to keep the right order of processing the arriving inputs etc.

I want to use this for my python application with 16 objects that are all simultaneously active and communicating with each other. They wait for input (constantly active, object-related method) and if something arrives they wait a certain period of time for other inputs that arrive at the same time slot and consider that in the processing for another action (access object related variables to send output to other objects)...

Is it possible to do this with Epiphany?
If yes I will instantly buy one because it would help me a lot.

Thank you for support :)
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Re: Running your own code on the Epiphany in 60 seconds

Postby polas » Fri Aug 26, 2016 4:54 pm

DJW wrote:is it possible to process complex python objects in parallel? I have multiple objects that (should) simultaneously wait for input-parameters to arrive and to be processed and passed to another object.

For me the main advantage of this is not only the faster processing time, but also (very important) to keep the right order of processing the arriving inputs etc.

I want to use this for my python application with 16 objects that are all simultaneously active and communicating with each other. They wait for input (constantly active, object-related method) and if something arrives they wait a certain period of time for other inputs that arrive at the same time slot and consider that in the processing for another action (access object related variables to send output to other objects)...

Is it possible to do this with Epiphany?


Certainly possible with C on the Epiphany. ePython is quite limited and intended as a teaching tool, you might be able to do some of this with that - depends exactly how you want to go about this really.... ePython is open source so you can always extend it with what you need too.

Nick
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Re: Running your own code on the Epiphany in 60 seconds

Postby DJW » Sun Aug 28, 2016 1:51 pm

Hi polas,

Thank you for your fast response :)
Can you provide any information on which python functions are supported in the ePython-Version and which are not?

I need:

- Classes
- Objects
- def-functions
- Lists (Arrays)
- A little bit math

Thank you a lot dude :)

Greetings from Germany
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