@humanoido, what shell do you prefer? I suppose bourne shell would be easiest to implement.
jazzed wrote: »
How hard would it be to create a load/run program that would allow a binary to take over the chip completely? I'm hoping to launch large external memory programs for example after download using ymodem.
I know you can kill the shell with "program.bin &&" but that still looks for a "SPIN" signature at address 0 and some memory is still used by the O/S.