Changes between Version 250 and Version 251 of Developer/OpenProjects


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Feb 24, 2012, 3:40:45 AM (8 years ago)
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    3636  *  [wiki:BusSpaceAPI_  Bus Space API]. Supercore namespace RTEMS-specific API in the spirit of the [http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=bus_space&sektion=9&apropos=0&manpath=FreeBSD+8.2-RELEASE BSD bus_space API]. This project may be too large for a SOC.
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    38  *  RTEMS Toolkits - We are defining collections of libraries and support programs which make it easier to get started for certain types of applications.  The first of these if the RTEMS Graphics Toolkit.  We haven't identified all potential toolkits or identified candidate components.  Each potential component must be evaluated for license and appropriateness for use in an embedded environment like RTEMS. Here are the toolkits areas identified so far:
    39   *  [wiki:Projects/DatabaseKit RTEMS DBKit] - This toolkit would include ports of database packages like BSD dbm, [www.sqlite.org/ SQLite], [http://cr.yp.to/cdb.html Constant Database (CDB)], and [http://www.corpit.ru/mjt/tinycdb.html TinyCDB - a Constant DataBase] to RTEMS
    40   *  [wiki:Projects/ApplicationConfigurationKit RTEMS ConfigKit] - porting configuration file parsing libraries like [http://www.nongnu.org/confuse/ libConfuse]
    41   *  [wiki:Projects/ScienceKit RTEMS SciKit] - we anticipate there must be libraries of general use to the scientific community RTEMS users.  The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) has been ported but does not meet RTEMS Project licensing requirements.
    42   *  [wiki:Projects/ScriptKit RTEMS ScriptKit] - Support for scripting languages in RTEMS such as Python and Lua.
     38 *  RTEMS Toolkits - We are defining collections of libraries and support programs which make it easier to get started for certain types of applications.  We haven't identified all potential toolkits or components.  Each potential component must be evaluated for license and appropriateness for use in an embedded environment like RTEMS.  We also should define some guidelines about creating and maintaining these kits. Here are the toolkits areas identified so far:
     39  *  [wiki:Projects/GraphicsToolkit RTEMSGraphicsToolkit] - various graphics and video processing
     40  *  [wiki:Projects/DatabaseKit RTEMS DBKit] - database packages
     41  *  [wiki:Projects/ApplicationConfigurationKit RTEMS ConfigKit] - configuration file parsing libraries
     42  *  [wiki:Projects/ScienceKit RTEMS SciKit] - libraries of general use to the scientific community RTEMS users
     43  *  [wiki:Projects/ScriptKit RTEMS ScriptKit] - packages for scripting languages such as Python and Lua
    4344= RTEMS Testing =
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