Got a call from an IT person who was installing setupBASIC for use by engineers in his company. He reported that the setupBASIC could not be run when double clicked on from the Downloads directory, or anywhere else for that matter. Even if you right click and Run as Administrator.
So for now you have download setupBASIC.exe, Run cmd.exe as an Administrator, then cd to the \users\----\Downloads, and type in setupBASIC to run from the command line.
Coridium LLC in Florida is up and running, a new location, lots more humid. But a shipment of SuperPRO / LPC1756s came in this week. This should carry us through the rest of the year. While there are no LPC1756s in stock at the big vendors, and none expected till next March, one of our OEM custom...
The PC-104 standard though getting old, still has an active presence in industrial control. ARM micro-controllers continue to get faster and more powerful with speeds up to 600 MHz and 1MB of on chip memory. We've been asked to look into the possibility of replacing some of the low end x86 boards with processors such as the RT1062.
We have been quiet for a while, but busy getting ready for a big move. Coridium has relocated to Spring Hill FL.
Most of the office is still in transit (moving van), the computers are here, up and running. Hopefully we will start shipping orders again in a week or so.
Earlier this year we designed a custom PC104 board using the NXP RT1062 ARM processor (same one as on the Teensy 4.x). This is the new hot kid on the block, running at 600 MHz.
Our BASIC is now much more easily ported into the native development tools (in this case MCUxpresso), and we have it working well enough to do some benchmarking.
Will the RT1062 BASIC become a product, it depends on user interest.