- Getting started guide oriented toward GSoC students.
- Quick Start for new users and developers.
Google Summer of Code and ESA Summer of Code in Space
The RTEMS Project is an organization in the 2013 edition of the Google Summer of Code (GSOC)!
We have applied to be part of the ESA Summer of Code In Space.
RTEMS General Information
- Processor architectures (CPUs) and embedded system boards (BSPs) supported by RTEMS
- Download or Git RTEMS.
- RTEMS Project Timeline, Mission Statement, License, Releases, Documentation and FAQ.
- RTEMS community: Mailing Lists and Internet Relay (IRC)
- Published references to RTEMS
Application Development with RTEMS
- Quick Start and Training Opportunities.
- Development hosts, toolchains, and Eclipse IDE support.
- Running RTEMS in a simulator.
- Report a bug.
- Hints for Debugging.
- Supported filesystems, graphics libraries, and network stack features.
- Some of the free and commercial software that works with RTEMS.
- Using Ada with RTEMS.
RTEMS Developer Information
- Contributing: How and Why.
- Git Repository access.
- Coding Conventions and Doxygen Recommendations.
- Real-Time Resources and Algorithmic Complexity.
- RTEMS Software Architecture.
- Current RTEMS Ideas, Open Projects, and Small Projects to get started.
- Developer Tools Used by the RTEMS Project.
- Submitting a board support package (BSP) for a new board.
- Test Suites and Coverage Analysis.
- Remote Access Lab and Build Farm.