gloomyandy wrote:I may be a little biased!
Aqualuna wrote:Thanks for the replay, how is nxtOSEK?
Aqualuna wrote:I assume all the C-like are not OOP.
Aqualuna wrote:So I guess Java is the best alternative to me, my only concerns in Java are speed and code size, but at this point I'm doing just fine.
Aqualuna wrote: In the situation that I need more computational power and memory I could use a computer I suppose, the question is, is the bluetooth or usb latency short enough to respond in realtime? Would it be a good idea to stream input data from the bot to the PC the whole time to reduce the latency?
Aqualuna wrote: I'm at this moment writing a GUI class to set some values in my NXT program, unless I completly missed it, it seems there aren't any gui classes. I could write a few and maybe help the project if that's even possible, stuff I would like to have at this moment is, a way to enter values and text, some ploting functionality and smaller text size.
Aqualuna wrote:Since you said there were not many supported alternatives and up to date comparisons, do you think its a sign of the community dying?
Aqualuna wrote:What are the most active forums for NXT users besides the language-specific ones? are there any chats as well?
genom2 wrote:I wonder! In which programing language is the leJOS VM itself implemented?
genom2 wrote:Why not recommend that C++ or C compiler to Aqualuna?
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