Integrating RTEMS with ARM Cortex R4
gedare at rtems.org
Wed Jun 5 16:12:36 UTC 2013
On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Pritesh Gudge <priteshgudge at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > 1. Check if the CPU is supported: Cortex-R CPUs are supported as per the
>> > wiki page http://www.rtems.org/wiki/index.php/ARM-EABI
>> Yes, the Cortex-R is supported. You should use the Thumb-2 instruction
>> > 2. Write a BSP for the requisite Board as it is not available for mine -
>> > This part I will figure out in due time.
>> > But kindly confirm statement 1.
>> > I have read your previous comment about the template LPC32XX BSP.
>> > I will be using the Texas Instrument Microcontroller TMS570LS3137 for
>> > development. http://www.ti.com/product/tms570ls3137
>> > I just need a confirmation whether my understanding to this stage is
>> > correct. Only then will it make sense to commit to developing the
>> > BSP.
>> I added a Cortex-A9 BSP recently. If your chip uses the GIC interrupt
>> controller, then please use the code in
> Thank you for your reply. As far as I checked my device allows
> the use of the ARM GIC interrupt controller. I will look into this
> and also that it is backward compatible with codes from ARM9 and ARM11
> architectures. I will look into this.
> Please keep us updated on all your additions to the ARM support.
> Also, if this is not possible how may I keep track of the same?
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