How to start contributing towards RTEMS project
gedare at rtems.org
Mon Sep 2 18:29:59 UTC 2013
Welcome! The lm4f120 was newly added as a bsp. Trying out both with vanilla
rtems to "see" running code is a good place to start. Then testing libmm
would be good, especially to see what might be available on the TI board.
On Sep 2, 2013 1:33 AM, "Ritesh Harjani" <ritesh.harjani at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> This mail is to get some help from you guys on *"how to start
> contributing towards RTEMS project"*
> *Background work done*:
> 1. With the help of Hesham and community posts, I have setup the
> rtems-4.11 toolchain for arm
> on fedora 19, 64bit.
> 2. Synced the rtems-4.11 source as well as Gsoc 2013 libmm project.
> 3. Setup Qemu emulator.
> I have little background on ARM processors and I am interested to
> help/contribute in any of of ARM development/porting project. I am
> interested in memory management on ARM, but I am very much ok to work on
> any project based on the needs from RTEMS community.
> I have Raspberry pi + ti stellaris lm4f120 launchpad, if it helps.
> Since I am currently unfamiliar with RTEMS environment, it will be good if
> someone can guide as to where to start off from and with which project.
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