Status: Uninitiated.

Introduction: Some RTEMS users are in the scientific community and would benefit from having familiar applications and scientific programming constructs be supported in RTEMS.

Candidate Scientific Packages

The fields in this table are as follows:

  • Project - name of project with hyperlink to it.
  • License - software license used. May need to link to license text if dual-licensed or "other".
  • Language - what programming language is this written in?
  • Active - is the project active?
  • OK w/RTEMS Static - Is the license compatible with a statically linked proprietary RTEMS application?
  • OK w/RTEMS Technical - Does the code appear to be feasible to run on RTEMS? Does the code make assumptions that would render it unable to run on RTEMS?
  • Notes - Anything else
Candidate License Language Active OK w/RTEMS Static OK w/RTEMS Technical Notes
GSL GPL C 2011-05-06 TBD None
ccmath LGPL C 2001-11-09 TBD None
CRlibm LGPL C (C99) 2011-09-18 TBD None
glm MIT C++ (C++98) 2012-12-22 TBD None
ldouble Unknown C 2011-03-06 TBD None
mtrxmath GPLv2 C 2010-09-19 TBD None

We will need to investigate what are viable and license-compliant solutions.

Goal: Create a package in support of scientific programming. Any subpackages must comply with the RTEMS license.

Requirements: This project is mainly about integrating another project with RTEMS. Familiarity with RTEMS build system, cross-compilation, and the ability to create good documentation are all must-haves.



Miscellaneous Sections

As the project progresses, you will need to add build instructions, etc and this page will evolve from a project description into a HOWTO.


  • TBD

Other sections: If you have more to say about the project that doesn't fit in the proposed sections of this template, feel free to add other sections at will.

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