sifive risc-v hifive unleashed bsp (qemu)
kdsanskar07 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 13 08:23:06 UTC 2021
On Sat, Feb 13, 2021 at 9:30 AM Joel Sherrill <joel at rtems.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 12, 2021, 8:47 PM Rohan kumar <krohan8870 at gmail.co
> <krohan8870 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I will look into this in more detail and get back to you but in mean time
>> I want to contribute to any issues so can you suggest any thats need to be
>> solved or how do I look for from my own.
> Projects or just smaller issues?
Actually I am looking for some small issues related to this project so I
can get some experience.
before the project, I think this help me write better proposal and
understand codebase more easily and faster.
Also can you tell me status of the below tickets and are they open for
participation? Actually I haven't decided project right now i am just
learning about them so I can make better decision like which project suits
me better according to may skills and experience level.
But I am looking for project related to risc-v, I found this very
interesting that's why I am asking for any issue related to this.
#3337 : RISC-V Port in Supervisor Mode
#4182 : Port Rust to RTEMS <https://devel.rtems.org/ticket/4182>
Also can share some reference links so i can start, I have build the
on my laptop but i dont know how do i simulate it on qemu.
> There is a tag in the ticketing system for small projects but this query
> makes me wonder if some should be closed. Deciding a ticket is dead is
> good. :)
> Looking at Coverity is a quick way to find a small task. Some tickets
> geared to adding a test aren't bad.
>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2021, 3:01 PM Hesham Almatary <
>> hesham.almatary at cl.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>>> On Fri, 12 Feb 2021 at 11:24, Sanskar Khandelwal <kdsanskar07 at gmail.com>
>>> > Hello joel,
>>> > 1. #4162 : sifive risc-v hifive unleashed bsp (qemu)
>>> > As you mentioned this a good project i thought to search more about
>>> this project I learned a lot while doing so but I still don't understand
>>> what is the goal of this project (the description on the ticket is not very
>>> detailed ) also I don't have any idea on how to make approach for this
>>> project right now so if you can clear both my doubt it will be big help.
>>> You'd need to identify the devices for this platform that QEMU
>>> supports (e.g., networking, UART, flash, etc?) and propose some
>>> timeline to implement (a subset of) them. That would be part of your
>>> proposal evaluation.
>>> > Also as you mention that this can be a big task for a gsoc time frame
>>> I am thinking that I can do some of it after gsoc too.
>>> > Also I looked for some more open projects and found these interesting
>>> so I wanted to know if these are open for participation for gsoc and what's
>>> their status and what further enhancement you are looking at each of them.
>>> > 2. #3337 : RISC-V Port in Supervisor Mode
>>> > 3. #4182 : Port Rust to RTEMS
>>> > Another thing is that while I am learning more about these projects I
>>> want to contribute, so if you can tell me about any issue that I can work
>>> on, it will be nice. I think this will help get me more familiar with rtems
>>> > Thanks
>>> > Sanskar
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