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13This directory contains the RTEMS Sample Application Suite.
14The tests in this directory perform two functions:
16   + provide simple examples of applications which can be
17     used as a starting point for your application.
19   + help test a new board support package
21The hello and ticker applications are useful when first bringing up
22a new board support package.  The base_mp test is useful when
23performing initial checkout on a new MPCI layer.
25The following describes each of the sample applications:
27   base_mp
29      This is a very simple two node multiprocessor application.  It consists
30      of a single initialization task on each node which print out
31      their respective node numbers and task IDs.  This test can be
32      used as a simple test of a new MPCI layer because it minimizes
33      the number of packets sent by RTEMS.
35      This is intended as a starting point for custom developed multiprocessor
36      applications.
38   base_sp
40      This is a simple single processor application which consists of
41      an initialization task which creates another task.
43      This is intended as a starting point for custom developed single
44      processor applications.
46   cdtest
48      A very simple C++ application which demonstrates that it is
49      possible to use C++ contructors and destructors in an RTEMS
50      application.  Also does a perfunctory iostream test.
52   hello
54      This is the RTEMS version of the classic hello world program.
55      It consists of single initialization task which prints out
56      a few messages.
58      This test does not include a Clock Tick device driver and can
59      be used to test the startup code of the board support package
60      as well as console output.
62   paranoia
64      A public domain test of the floating point and math library
65      capabilities of a toolset.  It reports discrepancies between
66      actual and expected results.  It is a large test.
68   ticker
70      This is a simple test of the user's Clock Tick device driver.
71      This test has an initialization task create three application
72      tasks which sleep and periodically wake up and print the time.
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