good first target?
patrick at spellingbeewinnars.org
Sun May 13 14:37:18 UTC 2012
Thanks for responding to my post.
For my first RTEMS project all I want to do is play with a few GPIO
lines. My main concern is starting a project and then finding out that
there isn't full Ada support for my target. I could use a
microcontroller or a SBC. I could spend $100 or so but if ARM or other
lighter weight processors are fully supported then I would prefer this
I like the eLua project. With this project there are several targets
supported but the Luminary Micro LM3S8962 is used by many members. There
are tutorials that discuss it's development board and there are no weak
spots in the project with this board. It is a sort a common reference point.
I was hoping to find something similar with RTEMS.
On 12-05-13 04:57 AM, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> On 12/05/12 01:56, Patrick wrote:
>> This is my first post here. RTEMS looks like a really great resource
>> for me. I have fallen in love with Ada and RTEMS looks ideal.
>> I would like to buy a board to run RTEMS on. My only two wishes are
>> to have a very well supported board and something lighter then X86.
>> Does anyone have a recommendation?
> this depends on your budget. Do you have a preferred debugger? Which
> architectures (ARM, PowerPC, ...) are interesting for you? Do you
> need actual hardware or is a simulator sufficient?
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