Realizing that attempting to save every watt is ridiculous (especially when I have more solar sourced power than I could use) as a result of a conversation on another forum. As a result I am in the process of setting up an x86 with Win32 among its operating systems.
As the only worthwhile Spin/PASM IDE I have yet found for the Propeller is the Propeller tool I am downloading it. Though I am surprised to see that it has neither been updated, nor opened. I would have expected at least some small updates to this great x86/IA32 Win32/NT assembly language application, though none to be seen.
Is there any plan to implement an open source IDE that is at least as usable as the propeller tool for Spin/PASM? Or are we going to see the Propeller Tool be lost to time, when everyone starts using features unique to other IDE's/Compilers (like preprocessors).
PASM The simplest programming language for the propeller.
Low Power for everything, max average whole house draw for a day is 2.4KW/hour total:
That is 400 watts per hour to produce for the 6 good power hours (minimum in late December/early January) from solar, now how to use less.