Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of TBR/UserManual/Submitting_a_BSP


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Feb 2, 2009, 6:58:27 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
JoelSherrill
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/* Review */ Try to address comments

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    14  *  Is the licensing of all code appropriate for RTEMS?  No pure GPL code is acceptable.
     14 *  Is the licensing of all code appropriate for RTEMS?  No pure GPL code is acceptable.  If the code in the BSP is new, it would be best you placed it under the [http://www.rtems.com/license/LICENSE RTEMS Primary License].  If you are porting code from another source for your BSP, please use one of the BSD distributions.  The license must allow for statically linking proprietary code with it and not placing requirements on the proprietary code.
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    1616 *  Do all files have a CVS $Id$ in them?
     
    1818 *  Do all files have an authorship note at the top along with license information?
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    20  *  Did you unnecessarily copy any code and forget to use the shared copy?
     20 *  Did you unnecessarily copy any code and forget to use the shared copy?  See just about any BSP's Makefile.am for the technique to "reach up" and use source from the libbsp/CPU/shared and libbsp/shared directories.
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    2222 *  Did you copy code from another BSP and end up with it the same or very close to the original source?  If so, we will work with you to eliminate duplication.