So i am thinking of embedding the makeFile with java instead of C++ structures. However before I start i would like to verify and update the JVM on my Pico board.
The other question is would i loose the built in operators like the temperature readings and E.(scripting)
I'm not sure I really understand the question here - as mentioned there's no JVM, just the JS interpreter.
However the version number is shown at boot time, or after a call to reset() - if you just upload some code with the Web IDE you'll see the version after the Espruino logo.
You can also check with code by looking at process.env.VERSION
sure, that makes sence. and it is how i am using the little thing, however it is mentioned that we can compile code for it.
you can also use C++ source files
i guess however java is elusive
...not exactly w/ include... except you build the firmware.
it is a form of library building - i was in the mood for java
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