good first target?
patrick at spellingbeewinnars.org
Sun May 13 17:49:51 UTC 2012
On 12-05-13 01:44 PM, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> On 13/05/12 16:37, Patrick wrote:
>> 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.
> The Ada support is only a matter of the tool chain.
>> 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 over X86.
> I don't know a evaluation board with debugger for $100. For $169 you
> get 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.
> You can develop a BSP for the LM3S8962. We already support the
> LM3S6965 on the Qemu simulator. You can play around with this BSP on
> Qemu to do your first steps with Ada and learn more about the system
> initialization of RTEMS. You can then write step-by-step a BSP for
> the LM3S8962.
This board looks very nice, I'll try to buy one.
If I can get RTEMS onto my Luminary board I will post a tutorial on it.
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