Changes between Version 388 and Version 389 of Developer/OpenProjects


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Timestamp:
Feb 14, 2015, 7:17:11 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
Gedare Bloom
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Fix links.

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    6565 *  '''[wiki:Projects/Open/Condition_Variables Condition Variables]''' for the Classic API and supercore.
    6666 *  Unified Interrupt and PCI APIs -- [wiki:GSoC/2013/UnifiedAPIs UnifiedAPIs]
    67  *  '''[wiki:Projects/RumpKernels Rump Kernels]''': provide the hypercall interface for [http://rumpkernel.org/ Rump Kernels] in RTEMS.
     67 *  '''[wiki:Projects/Open/RumpKernels Rump Kernels]''': provide the hypercall interface for [http://rumpkernel.org/ Rump Kernels] in RTEMS.
    6868 *  Nested Mutexes: See Ticket #2124 for a problem description.
    69  *  [wiki:Projects/SystemEvents  kqueue(2) or taskqueue(9)] is a project to port the kqueue(2) or taskqueue(9) API from FreeBSD.
    70  *  [wiki:Projects/TinyRTEMS TinyRTEMS] is an umbrella term that corresponds to any activities or ideas that could shrink the code and data space requirements for RTEMS.  The goal is to progressively lower the minimum CPU requirements.
    71  *  ''[wiki:Projects/Paravirtualization  Paravirtualization]'' of RTEMS to make it suitable to be run as a guest OS in a hypervisor.
    72  *  ''[wiki:Projects/SequencedInitialization  RTEMS Sequenced Initialization]'' is a project to allow RTEMS initialization to be dynamically constructed based upon user requirements.  It would be like C++ global constructors conceptually.
     69 *  [wiki:Projects/Open/SystemEvents  kqueue(2) or taskqueue(9)] is a project to port the kqueue(2) or taskqueue(9) API from FreeBSD.
     70 *  [wiki:Projects/Open/TinyRTEMS TinyRTEMS] is an umbrella term that corresponds to any activities or ideas that could shrink the code and data space requirements for RTEMS.  The goal is to progressively lower the minimum CPU requirements.
     71 *  ''[wiki:Projects/Open/Paravirtualization  Paravirtualization]'' of RTEMS to make it suitable to be run as a guest OS in a hypervisor.
     72 *  ''[wiki:Projects/Open/SequencedInitialization  RTEMS Sequenced Initialization]'' is a project to allow RTEMS initialization to be dynamically constructed based upon user requirements.  It would be like C++ global constructors conceptually.
    7373 *  ''[wiki:GSoC/2011/ISO9660_Filesystem  ISO9660 file system]''
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