Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of TBR/UserManual/Submitting_a_BSP


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Timestamp:
Jan 6, 2016, 11:47:04 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
Tan Gemicioglu
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Added quick info and fixed link.

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    1010Please be willing to test your submission after it is merged on a regular basis.  If your BSP can run on a simulator, teach us how to do it.  If it can't, please try to get a copy of your hardware donated to the [wiki:Developer/Laboratory  RTEMS Remote Access Lab] so the core developers can periodically test your BSP.
    11 = Review =
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     12= Quick Info =
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     14 *  BSP - Name of BSP.
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     16 *  Architecture - Target CPU architecture
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     18 *  CPU Model - CPU Model
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     20 *  RTEMS Wiki Link (just URL) - URL from Wiki
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     22 *  In BSP Master List on Wiki? - Check [wiki:TBR/Website/Board_Support_Packages BSP List]
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     24 *  Manufacturer - Who made the board?
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     26 *  Website (URL of Board) - Link to manufacturer's main page for board. If the board is no longer available, ask your mentor what to do. There may be archived information on the web at a university or a site that saves data sheets and manuals which is OK to use.  If it is a generic BSP for a system on a chip with no obvious evaluation or reference board, then link to the CPU model's page.
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     28 *  Year Released - Hardware release year.  You can use a press release that announces the board or the copyright date on a manual or data sheet.
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     30 *  One Line Description - short description.
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     32 *  One Short Paragraph Description - longer description. Should be similar or copy of summary paragraph on BSP's wiki page. Edit both as needed.  Improving the wiki is always a good thing.
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     34= Details =
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     36== Review ==
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    2550 *  Do you have warnings in your code?  If so, eliminate them.
    26 = Documentation =
     51== Documentation ==
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    3762 *  How did you debug on this board?  Make sure someone else knows how you did it.  Did you have special scripts for a hardware debugger?  Share your knowledge.
    38 = Testing =
     63== Testing ==
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    4368 *  Did you run all tests? Did they pass?
    44 = Submitting =
     69== Submitting ==
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    59  *  File an RTEMS PR in the [wiki:TBR/Review/RTEMS_Bugzilla Bugzilla] with your source modifications and additions.  Attach the diff and tarball of new files.
     84 *  Send an RTEMS PR by following the [wiki:Developer/Git/Users#SubmittingaPatch Submitting a Patch] guidelines with your source modifications and additions.  Attach the diff and tarball of new files.