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Code app: use a 32 KB Python heap instead of a 16 KB one #1064

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commented Sep 8, 2019

The Code app isn't the one with the largest size in RAM. As other apps stand at the time of this writing, this leaves room for expanding the Python heap without further reducing the general heap (section .heap), and thereby making the N0100/N0110 able to deal with larger (more accurately, "less small"...) scripts relevant for school usage.
See https://ti-pla.net/t22951 for the whole discussion. 32 KB still isn't enough, but at least, it will make Epsilon's MicroPython interpreter able to deal with scripts larger than those the 83PCE + TI-Python Adapter / 83PCE EP can deal with.

[apps/code] Use a 32 KB Python heap instead of a 16 KB one, it doesn'…
…t add to the RAM consumption and it allows dealing with larger (more accurately, "less small"...) scripts.
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commented Sep 8, 2019

MicroPython is compact and run within just 16k of RAM but it's minimum requirement.

Windows 10 minimum requirement is 1 gigabyte RAM, but who is seriously using windows 10 with only 1GB of RAM and a 16 GB hard drive?

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