October flew by in a hurry. While expanding the Abra support library AbraLib we found cause for a few minor changes to the Abra language to make it easier to use. In addition AbraLib was cleaned up and some initial best practices/patterns were established.
The interpreter was further expanded to handle state variables correctly, and an initial Qubic Dispatcher was created that can dispatch event data between outside data sources and internal Qubic entities represented by Abra functions. Our next step will be a plug-in system that allows us to plug in any type of data source as needed.
Another expansion to the interpreter is a first version of the Verilog source code generator that will be used to generate code for FPGAs. The generated code is nowhere near to what it needs to be yet, but now that we have a starting point that is easily modifiable means we’ll be making quick progress once we start testing against actual FPGAs....
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