The Micro Framework Porting Kit supports the adaptation of the platform to specific hardware for processors using the RealView, Keil and GCC toolchains for the ARM processors (including Cortex) and the VisualDSP++ toolchain for the ADI Blackfin processors.
After CHDK is started, these cameras have around 250 kiB to 1 MiB free RAM. If I understood the above link correctly, the latest and most tiny achieved implementation could be feasible in this sense (I'm assuming the SAM7S256 will have some free resources for actual user code too), but will probably be a huge resource hog compared to the gain.
Also, .net micro, even if free (?) is not open source - this alone would make itdifficult (impossible?) to distribute with CHDK, as far as I understand GPL ...
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