Fernando RUIZ CASAS
correo at fernando-ruiz.com
Fri Dec 29 21:03:59 UTC 2000
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Aaron J. Grier [mailto:aaron at frye.com]
> Enviado el: viernes, 29 de diciembre de 2000 4:06
> Para: Fernando RUIZ CASAS
> Asunto: Re: driver APIs
> On Thu, Dec 28, 2000 at 10:36:47PM +0100, Fernando RUIZ CASAS wrote:
> > After several tries I have writed drivers for flash memory, e2prom
> > (serial like I2C memory), termios 16450 UART and several remote
> > consoles, multiuser environment, etc...
> > Are you interested? My sources are for you if you are interested.
> ¡sí, por supuesto! :)
> I have i²c EEROM, flash, and a 16550 serial port on my 68331-based
> target. if your exact hardware is different than mine, it would still
> be good to maintain a consistent driver API for things like flash and
> > RTEMS works very well. I am developping a multicpu (serial linked)
> > telephonic concentrator (public interphone, normal telephony and
> > command telephone) in a prototype. All of drivers works correctly.
> > I would contribute to RTEMS with the sources but I have a problems
> > because RTEMS need sources independent of BSP. I need build the
> > sources into ../libchip/.. directory and the sources
> configurables for
> > all BSP. Now my efforts are based in to develope my BSP. After the
> > generalization of drivers.
> Yes. :) I am also at this stage with my drivers.
> Aaron J. Grier | Frye Electronics, Tigard, OR |
> aaron at frye.com
> "Calling anything from the x86 world a 'masterpiece' seems, to me,
> like putting a gold star on the best-looking
> fingerpainting in the
> special-needs Kindergarten class." -- Wakko Warner
Do you want see my driver sources and to share the background?
Perhaps our efforts can be reduced if we share the information to build the
Don't have a little source code to start in the world of drivers is very
We can share it.
I have a web page to put it.
My problem is the english.
Can you translate my spanish?
Fernando RUIZ CASAS
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