Welp, I may have accidentally a RISC-V Nezha board.


No idea what I'll be doing with it. One possible project would be porting the JavaScriptCore JIT, but sounds too daunting. Something funnier could be some bare metal programming, because the learning curve should build okay given that I can write MIPS assembler already and RISC-V is a somewhat direct descendant...

Hot take: MIPS has the most orthogonal and approachable instruction set around.

At least of we were ave RISC-V out. I may need to reevaluate that statement once I start poking around.

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