Changes between Version 43 and Version 44 of GSoC/GettingStarted


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Timestamp:
Mar 2, 2017, 3:09:59 PM (3 years ago)
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Gedare Bloom
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Replace sis with erc32

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    1717As you will be compiling a lot of code, it is recommended to have a reasonably fast development machine.
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    19 = Configure and Build RTEMS for SPARC/SIS =
     19= Configure and Build RTEMS for SPARC/erc32 =
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    21  *  Check out RTEMS from Git.  See [wiki:Developer/Git RTEMS Git Repository] for information. Make sure you use the git master branch and the tools for the master (as of Jan 2016 these are the rtems-4.12 tools).
     21 *  Note that old instructions might tell you to build the **sis** BSP. sis is now obsolete as erc32 is a drop-in replacement for it.
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    23  *  Bootstrap and then build RTEMS for SPARC/sis. See [wiki:TBR/UserManual/Quick_Start Quick Start].
     23 *  Check out RTEMS from Git.  See [wiki:Developer/Git RTEMS Git Repository] for information. Make sure you use the git master branch and the tools for the master (as of Mar 2016 these are the rtems-4.12 tools).
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     25 *  Bootstrap and then build RTEMS for SPARC/erc32. See [wiki:TBR/UserManual/Quick_Start Quick Start].
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    2527 *  Run hello world example in source tree.
     
    3537= Configure and Build RTEMS for "Preferred" BSP =
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    37 The preferred BSP depends on your project, but your first choice should be a BSP that runs on a simulator such as one in gdb.  SPARC/sis is a good candidate because it is easy to work with.  If your project requires a BSP to support TCP/IP or something else not supported by SPARC/sis, then still first try a simple environment like SPARC/sis and then move on to the one that will support your project.  Discuss your project requirements on the RTEMS mailing list and let the community help point you in the right direction.
     39The preferred BSP depends on your project, but your first choice should be a BSP that runs on a simulator such as one in gdb.  SPARC/erc32 is a good candidate because it is easy to work with.  If your project requires a BSP to support TCP/IP or something else not supported by SPARC/erc32, then still first try a simple environment like SPARC/erc32 and then move on to the one that will support your project.  Discuss your project requirements on the RTEMS mailing list and let the community help point you in the right direction.
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    39 If SPARC/sis is not the right test platform for your project then you will need to ensure you know how to run hello world on your preferred BSP.
     41If SPARC/erc32 is not the right test platform for your project then you will need to ensure you know how to run hello world on your preferred BSP.
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    4143= Prove You Can Work On RTEMS =
     
    7577= Other targets =
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    77 If your project requires more of a test environment than SPARC/sis provides, then repeat the hello world steps on the BSP we help you select.  If your project involves developing a new BSP, then you may want to run on a BSP from the same target architecture on a simulator. Again we will help you select the BSP.
     79If your project requires more of a test environment than SPARC/erc32 provides, then repeat the hello world steps on the BSP we help you select.  If your project involves developing a new BSP, then you may want to run on a BSP from the same target architecture on a simulator. Again we will help you select the BSP.
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    7981We are here to help you have a functional RTEMS Development Environment as soon as possible so you can move on to the real project.