Changeset e3a477f in rtems-docs


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May 11, 2018, 4:13:09 PM (12 months ago)
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Malte Münch <mamu@…>
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c-user: Update manual organization in overview

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    303303The following provides an overview of the remainder of this manual:
    304304
    305 Chapter 2:
     305Chapter 3:
    306306    Key Concepts: presents an introduction to the ideas which are common across
    307307    multiple RTEMS managers.
    308308
    309 Chapter 3:
     309Chapter 4:
    310310    RTEMS Data Types: describes the fundamental data types shared by the
    311311    services in the RTEMS Classic API.
    312312
    313 Chapter 4:
     313Chapter 5:
    314314    Scheduling Concepts: details the various RTEMS scheduling algorithms and
    315315    task state transitions.
    316316
    317 Chapter 5:
     317Chapter 6:
    318318    Initialization Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided
    319319    by the Initialization Manager.
    320320
    321 Chapter 6:
     321Chapter 7:
    322322    Task Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    323323    Task Manager.
    324324
    325 Chapter 7:
     325Chapter 8:
    326326    Interrupt Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by
    327327    the Interrupt Manager.
    328328
    329 Chapter 8:
     329Chapter 9:
    330330    Clock Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    331331    Clock Manager.
    332332
    333 Chapter 9:
     333Chapter 10:
    334334    Timer Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    335335    Timer Manager.
    336336
    337 Chapter 10:
     337Chapter 11:
    338338    Rate Monotonic Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided
    339339    by the Rate Monotonic Manager.
    340340
    341 Chapter 11:
     341Chapter 12:
    342342    Semaphore Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by
    343343    the Semaphore Manager.
    344344
    345 Chapter 12:
     345Chapter 13:
    346346    Barrier Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    347347    Barrier Manager.
    348348
    349 Chapter 13:
     349Chapter 14:
    350350    Message Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    351351    Message Manager.
    352352
    353 Chapter 14:
     353Chapter 15:
    354354    Event Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    355355    Event Manager.
    356356
    357 Chapter 15:
     357Chapter 16:
    358358    Signal Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    359359    Signal Manager.
    360360
    361 Chapter 16:
     361Chapter 17:
    362362    Partition Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by
    363363    the Partition Manager.
    364364
    365 Chapter 17:
     365Chapter 18:
    366366    Region Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the
    367367    Region Manager.
    368368
    369 Chapter 18:
     369Chapter 19:
    370370    Dual-Ported Memory Manager: describes the functionality and directives
    371371    provided by the Dual-Ported Memory Manager.
    372372
    373 Chapter 19:
     373Chapter 20:
    374374    I/O Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by the I/O
    375375    Manager.
    376376
    377 Chapter 20:
     377Chapter 21:
    378378    Fatal Error Manager: describes the functionality and directives provided by
    379379    the Fatal Error Manager.
    380380
    381 Chapter 21:
     381Chapter 22:
    382382    Board Support Packages: defines the functionality required of user-supplied
    383383    board support packages.
    384384
    385 Chapter 22:
     385Chapter 23:
    386386    User Extensions: shows the user how to extend RTEMS to incorporate custom
    387387    features.
    388388
    389 Chapter 23:
     389Chapter 24:
    390390    Configuring a System: details the process by which one tailors RTEMS for a
    391391    particular single-processor or multiprocessor application.
    392392
    393 Chapter 24:
     393Chapter 25:
     394    Self-Contained Objects: contains information about objects like threads,
     395    mutexes and semaphores.
     396
     397Chapter 26:
    394398    Multiprocessing Manager: presents a conceptual overview of the
    395399    multiprocessing capabilities provided by RTEMS as well as describing the
     
    397401    directives.
    398402
    399 Chapter 25:
     403Chapter 27:
     404    Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP): information regarding the SMP features.
     405
     406Chapter 28:
     407    PCI Library: information about using the PCI bus in RTEMS.
     408
     409Chapter 29:
    400410    Stack Bounds Checker: presents the capabilities of the RTEMS task stack
    401411    checker which can report stack usage as well as detect bounds violations.
    402412
    403 Chapter 26:
     413Chapter 30:
    404414    CPU Usage Statistics: presents the capabilities of the CPU Usage statistics
    405415    gathered on a per task basis along with the mechanisms for reporting and
    406416    resetting the statistics.
    407417
    408 Chapter 27:
     418Chapter 31:
    409419    Object Services: presents a collection of helper services useful when
    410420    manipulating RTEMS objects. These include methods to assist in obtaining an
     
    413423    to.
    414424
    415 Chapter 28:
     425Chapter 32:
    416426    Chains: presents the methods provided to build, iterate and manipulate
    417427    doubly-linked chains. This manager makes the chain implementation used
    418428    internally by RTEMS to user space applications.
    419429
    420 Chapter 29:
     430Chapter 33:
     431    Red-Black Trees: information about how to use the Red-Black Tree API.
     432
     433Chapter 34:
    421434    Timespec Helpers: presents a set of helper services useful when
    422435    manipulating POSIX ``struct timespec`` instances.
    423436
    424 Chapter 30:
     437Chapter 35:
    425438    Constant Bandwidth Server Scheduler API.
    426439
    427 Chapter 31:
     440Chapter 36:
     441    Ada Support: information about Ada programming language support.
     442
     443Chapter 37:
    428444    Directive Status Codes: provides a definition of each of the directive
    429445    status codes referenced in this manual.
    430446
    431 Chapter 32:
     447Chapter 38:
     448    Linker Sets: information about linker set features.
     449
     450Chapter 39:
    432451    Example Application: provides a template for simple RTEMS applications.
    433452
    434 Chapter 33:
     453Chapter 40:
    435454    Glossary: defines terms used throughout this manual.
     455
     456Chapter 41:
     457    References: References.
     458
     459Chapter 42:
     460    Index: Index.
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