Basic rules for using git rtems and contribution to RTEMS

Sebastian Huber sebastian.huber at
Mon Jan 27 07:48:55 UTC 2014

Hello Jiri,

On 2014-01-25 11:43, Jiri Freyvald wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using RTEMS on STM32F4DISCOVERY board. A lot of work on the BSP for this
> board was already done,
> but there are still some missing parts (SPI, CAN driver, I2C driver improvement).
> I've written SPI driver and in the future I'd like to write CAN driver and some
> other stuff like ADC,DAC.
> My question is can I create some branch in and use it even for
> not tested, (probably) not too stable code?
> To allow someone who is willing to test it to share that source?

I would use a github repository for this purpose.  You can send also patch sets 
via "git format-patch" and "git send-email" to the list.

For new drivers just make sure that all new files have the appropriate license 
and copyright statements.

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