j.yates at quartzuk.com
Tue Mar 16 14:37:37 UTC 2004
I have built the new cs8900 driver into rtems using:
/opt/rtems/rtems-4.6.0/configure --target=sh-rtems \
--enable-posix --enable-networking --disable-cxx \
When I build a network app based on the netdemo tests, I get warnings
and so cannot build the app. I get implicit declaration warnings for
functions such as listen, connect, send etc. I have included
rtems/rtems_bsdnet.h but it warns me that the directory
/opt/rtems/sh-rtems/sys-include doesn't exist.
Can anyone help?
From: Joel Sherrill [mailto:joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com]
Sent: 15 March 2004 17:38
To: James Yates
Cc: Chris Johns; rtems-users at rtems.com
Subject: Re: Network Builds
James Yates wrote:
> Port I have done is for a custom board based around an SH2 7145f cpu.
> am still in the process of testing what I have so far, but I can build
> very basic application with 3 tasks, plus main, each task simply
> flashing an LED but using a semaphore to block each task. I also have
> the serial driver implemented so that all 4 on-board UARTs can be
> I do however have problems with getting the console to work, although
> think this is just a misunderstanding on my part.
I should have already asked... if you have any specific questions or
issues, ask on the list. There are plenty of people here who might
shed some insight.
Eventually, whatever changes you have which to libcpu/sh would be
> I haven't done any major work on this, it is simply based on the
> SH7045 although I have made some changes. At the moment I have rtems
> applications running via serial connected gdb through a standard GDB
> stub on the board that was based on the gdb_stubs project.
There is some shared code (libbsp/shared) which might be useful
if you want to add thread awareness.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joel Sherrill [mailto:joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com]
> Sent: 10 March 2004 12:25
> To: James Yates
> Cc: Chris Johns; rtems-users at rtems.com
> Subject: Re: Network Builds
> James Yates wrote:
>>That would be great. Although I have attempted a cpu and bsp port for
>>rtems, I am still a relative newbie, so any help is very much
> What CPU? Is it a new family?
>> Many thanks in advance.
>> James Yates
>>From: Chris Johns [mailto:cjohns at cybertec.com.au]
>>Sent: 10 March 2004 06:21
>>To: James Yates
>>Cc: rtems-users at rtems.com
>>Subject: Re: Network Builds
>>James Yates wrote:
>>>Can anyone also point me in the direction of some
>>>more information on using the CS8900 driver located in libchip.
>>I have an updated libchip driver for the CS8900 with a new readme that
>>hope helps. It provides the missing doco I think you are looking for.
>>I have cleaned up some driver issues when getting support for DIMMPC
>>(pc386) working and so may break some existing users of the driver.
>>changes are worth making.
>>Joel, is it ok if I commit the changes to head ?
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