source: rtems/c/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS @ 38ffa0c
Last change on this file since 38ffa0c was 38ffa0c, checked in by Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>, on Sep 19, 1995 at 6:32:18 PM

Incorporated the submission from John S. Gwynne
<jsg@…> of the rest of the 68000-ish support
for interrupt handling and bfffo support, the two BSPs he submitted
(efi68k and efi332), and SGI Irix 5.3 host support.

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5RTEMS was developed by On-Line Applications Research (OAR) under
6contract to the U.S. Army Missile Command.  Other than the
7contributions listed in this document, all code and documentation
8was developed by OAR for the Army.
10The RTEMS project would like to thank those who have made
11contributions to the project.  Together we make RTEMS a
12much better product.
14The following persons/organizations have made contributions:
16+ Dr. Mikhail (Misha) Savitski ( of the EISCAT Scientific
17  Association submitted the BSP and other miscellaneous support for the
18  Motorola MVME162 (M68040LC CPU) VMEbus single board computer.
20+ Division Inc. of Chapel Hill, NC for sponsoring On-Line Applications
21  Research to port RTEMS to the Hewlett-Packard PA-RISC architecture (V1.1)
22  and the addition of HP-UX as a development host. Tony Bennett
23  ( was assisted in this effort by Joel Sherrill
24  (  Tony also deserves a big pat on the
25  back for contributing significantly to the overall organization
26  of the development environment and directory structure.  RTEMS
27  is much easier to build because of Tony.
29+ Greg Allen of Division Inc. of Chapel Hill, NC for
30  porting RTEMS to HP-UX.  This port treats a UNIX computer as simply
31  another RTEMS target processor.  This port can be used to develop
32  and test code which will ultimately run on the embedded platform.
34+ Doug McBride ( of the Colorado Space Grant
35  College at the University of Colorado at Boulder submitted the BSP
36  for the Motorola IDP board (M68EC040 CPU) single board computer.  The
37  BSP leverages heavily off of the existing RTEMS BSP framework, the
38  examples in the back of the IDP user's manual, and the libgloss example
39  support for the IDP board from the newlib/libgloss distribution.
41+ David Glessner ( of Glenayre Electronics
42  submitted the support for the Motorola MC68302 CPU.  This included
43  the "gen68302" BSP which uses the on-chip peripherals on the MC68302
44  as well as the modifications to the m68k dependent executive code to
45  support m68k family members based on the mc68000 core.
47+ Bryce Cogswell ( submitted the support for MS-DOS
48  as a development environment as well as djgpp/go32 as a target environment.
50+ Andy Bray ( of I-CUBED Ltd. in Cambridge U.K.
51  for porting RTEMS to the PowerPC.  This effort included support for the
52  IBM 403 as well as the Motorola 601, 603, and 604 variants.  A special
53  thanks to Dom Latter ( for being an RTEMS
54  evangelist and promoting the use of RTEMS both at I-CUBED Ltd. as well 
55  as within the Internet community as a whole.
57+ John S. Gwynne ( of Ohio State University
58  submitted the support for the Motorola MC68332 CPU as well as completing
59  the support for CPUs based on the MC68000 core.  This included the "efi68k"
60  and "efi332" BSPs as well as completing the modifications to the m68k
61  dependent executive code to support m68k family members based on the
62  MC68000 core.  "efi68k" and "efi332" are single board computers designed
63  primarily for automotive electronic fuel injection (EFI) control, but can
64  be considered general purpose controllers when used without the EFI
65  companion board(s). See the README in each BSP for more information.
67Finally, the RTEMS project would like to thank those who have contributed
68to the other free software efforts which RTEMS utilizes.  The primary RTEMS
69development environment is from the Free Software Foundation (the GNU
70project).  The "newlib" C library was put together by Cygnus and is
71a collaboration of the efforts of numerous individuals and organizations.
73We would like to see your name here.  BSPs and ports are always welcome.
74Useful libraries which support RTEMS applications are also an important
75part of providing a strong foundation for the development of real-time
76embedded applications and are welcome as submission.
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