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{{Infobox BSP |BSP_name = AVRTest |Manufacturer = Atmel Corporation |image = |caption = optional image caption |Board_URL = |Architecture = Atmel AVR |CPU_model = ATmega128 |Monitor = NONE |Simulator = Simulavr |NVMEM = ATmega64x - 64kb flash ATmega32x - 32kb |Serial = standard ICSP pinouts (10-pin or 6-pin connector) |Video = }}


AVRTest is a test suite which is part of the Simulavr simulator. The version of avr-libc being used on RTEMS is: 1.6.8

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Board Setup

If there are special jumper or ROM monitor settings, describe them.

Downloading and Executing

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How do you debug code on this board? What gdb setup? BDM, stub, etc?

Test Reports

{{Test Report |Version = CVS head |Date = DATE |User = User:WhoTestedThis? |Report = reports that something happened. }}= Porting Notes =

(If we update) probably will have three long-term users: # AVR development community: want development svn/cvs instructions (for correcting problems before release) # AVR-RTEMS developers: want latest (or not so latest) release tar ball instructions (for tailoring configurations) # End Users: want packages (for developing Real-time AVR-Ada applications)= Limited Resources =

Limited memory could be an issue...


# : Theoretical / hypothetical customer requirements / goals of AVR-RTEMS port # : avr-libc subset of Standard-C Library # : possible use-case? # RTEMSAda : How to build RTEMS with Ada support # : how to meet Ada on AVR requirement # : Build script for AVR toolset, potentially useful starting point to think about writing an RTEMS AVR toolset script # : Installing the toolset # : Using SimulAVR # : Recommendation to use AVRTest if only running gcc-testing # : Tutorial written in German, describes how to get the tools to work together to run SimulAVR # TinyRTEMS : Description of RTEMS for 8/16-bit micro-controllers, as well as compiler/linker flags and BSP support info # : patches for tinyRTEMS (8-bit RTEMS)