I’ve now added my own rsa public key to my GitHub account jal-frezie
I am happy for you to use it to create an account for me on your RISC-V board. I prefer the username jaspert . It will be good to be able to login without typing a password!
Hi Daniel and Jasper,
It's uplifting for us to know that you are willing to add RISC-V support for GNU-Prolog.
Currently, our RISC-V boards use an automated account management mechanism. It fetches ssh public keys from GitHub accounts (github.com/<username>.keys) when adding new accounts. If I'm not mistaken, Daniel's GitHub account is didoudiaz? Would it be OK to create an account using pub keys retrieved from github.com/didoudiaz.keys?
Yours, Jeffrey Pan (XieJiSS)
sender:"Daniel Diaz" <Daniel.Diaz@univ-paris1.fr>
send-at:2022-01-24 23:54:25 (星期一)
receiver: "Jasper Taylor" <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
topic: Re: [Feature Request] Is there any plan for RISC-V support?
Hi Jeffrey and Jasper,
thank you for your proposal Jasper. I suppose arm64_any.c is a
good starting point. As usually, let me know if you need some
Jeffrey I'm interested in an account on your machine via ssh
('diaz' as id would be nice).
Le 1/24/22 à 1:23 PM, Jasper Taylor a
I would be happy to take a look at porting Gnu-Prolog to the
RISC-V architecture. I also worked on the arm ports recently so
I have a good idea how to get started.
Greetings! I've noticed that recently, the GNU prolog is
ported to armv6, armv7 and aarch64. Would it be possible for
the prolog developers to add support targeting RISC-V
(riscv64gc, specifically) architecture? Or, is there any
future plans regarding this topic?
If you are interested, we can provide SSH access to
riscv64gc development boards (SiFive Unmatched boards) to help
debug, test and deploy with CI (see: ci.rvperf.org, where we
host riscv64 CI for Node.js & Chromium V8).
uname -a: Linux ubuntu 5.11.0-1023-generic #24-Ubuntu SMP
Thu Nov 11 12:41:49 UTC 2021 riscv64 riscv64 riscv64 GNU/Linux
GNU Prolog version: 1.5.0 (latest stable), build failed on
Yours, Jeffrey Pan @ PLCT Lab