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- Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 12:35:00 -0000
- From: j.yates at quartzuk.com (James Yates)
- Subject: Network Builds
Port I have done is for a custom board based around an SH2 7145f cpu. I
am still in the process of testing what I have so far, but I can build a
very basic application with 3 tasks, plus main, each task simply
flashing an LED but using a semaphore to block each task. I also have
the serial driver implemented so that all 4 on-board UARTs can be used.
I do however have problems with getting the console to work, although I
think this is just a misunderstanding on my part.
I haven't done any major work on this, it is simply based on the
SH7045 although I have made some changes. At the moment I have rtems
applications running via serial connected gdb through a standard GDB
stub on the board that was based on the gdb_stubs project.
From: Joel Sherrill [mailto:joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com]
Sent: 10 March 2004 12:25
To: James Yates
Cc: Chris Johns; rtems-users at rtems.com
Subject: Re: Network Builds
James Yates wrote:
>That would be great. Although I have attempted a cpu and bsp port for
>rtems, I am still a relative newbie, so any help is very much
What CPU? Is it a new family?
> Many thanks in advance.
> James Yates
>From: Chris Johns [mailto:cjohns at cybertec.com.au]
>Sent: 10 March 2004 06:21
>To: James Yates
>Cc: rtems-users at rtems.com
>Subject: Re: Network Builds
>James Yates wrote:
>>Can anyone also point me in the direction of some
>>more information on using the CS8900 driver located in libchip.
>I have an updated libchip driver for the CS8900 with a new readme that
>hope helps. It provides the missing doco I think you are looking for.
>I have cleaned up some driver issues when getting support for DIMMPC
>(pc386) working and so may break some existing users of the driver. The
>changes are worth making.
>Joel, is it ok if I commit the changes to head ?