I've put yotta in my user homepage rather than at C: but I'm getting this crazy output from Yotta. I looked at an olver version of the file but when I tried it, the error message was quite clear that the last version is totally different. Help, please oh please.
(workspace) C:\Users\seand\projects\tutorial>yotta init
Enter the module name: example for youtube
Enter the initial version: <0.0.0> 0.0.0
Is this an executable (instead of a re-usable library module)? yes
Short description: example
Author: Sean Dunlevy
What is the license for this project (Apache-2.0, ISC, MIT etc.)? free
(workspace) C:\Users\seand\projects\tutorial>yotta target bbc-microbit-classic-gcc
warning: tutorial has invalid module.json:
warning: name value u'example for youtube' does not match u'^[a-z]+[a-z0-9-]*$'
info: get versions for bbc-microbit-classic-gcc
info: download firstname.lastname@example.org from the public module registry
info: get versions for mbed-gcc
info: download email@example.com from the public module registry
PS does anyone know if the Micro Bit's CPU has the single-cycle multiply instruction? If not, I will have to use log/antilog to calculate one multiply while I wait for the hardware one to finish.