Changeset 711f715 in rtems-tools


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Timestamp:
Jul 22, 2015, 12:03:06 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
Ric Claus <claus@…>
Branches:
4.10, master
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e3df129
Parents:
5a801c2
git-author:
Ric Claus <claus@…> (07/22/15 12:03:06)
git-committer:
Chris Johns <chrisj@…> (09/26/15 07:16:51)
Message:

rtems-test.txt: Some more clarity improvements.

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    3232Running all the RTEMS tests on your target is very important. It provides you
    33 with a traceable record your RTEMS version and its tools are working at the
    34 level the RTEMS development team expect when releasing RTEMS. Being able to
    35 easily run the tests and verify the results is critical in maintaining a high
    36 standard.
     33with a traceable record showing that your RTEMS version and its tools are
     34working at the level the RTEMS development team expect when releasing
     35RTEMS. Being able to easily run the tests and verify the results is critical in
     36maintaining a high standard.
    3737
    3838The RTEMS Tester contains:
     
    5454
    5555The RTEMS Tester is part of the RTEMS Tools Project. The code is released under
    56 the OSI approved The BSD 2-Clause License. It is free to use and we encourage
     56the OSI approved "The BSD 2-Clause License". It is free to use and we encourage
    5757this, including on operating systems other than RTEMS.
    5858
     
    6666explain how to get the RTEMS Tester, set it up and run the tests for the SIS
    6767BSP. It assumes you have a valid SPARC tool chain and have built the SIS BSP
    68 version of RTEMS. 4.11.
     68version of RTEMS 4.11.
    6969
    7070Setup
     
    7979-------------------------------------------------------------
    8080
    81 First fetch the RTEMS tester from the RTEMS Tools repository::
     81First fetch the RTEMS tester from the RTEMS Tools repository:
    8282
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