Updating Open Projects and GSOC

Gedare Bloom gedare at rtems.org
Sun Dec 14 19:09:10 UTC 2014

On Sun, Dec 14, 2014 at 8:44 AM, Joel Sherrill
<joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com> wrote:
> On December 13, 2014 9:47:00 PM CST, Gedare Bloom <gedare at rtems.org> wrote:
>>I'd like to see RTEMS compile with LLVM  / clang. This would go a long
>>way toward improving our static analysis capabilities. The project
>>should get RTEMS compiling, and add support in RSB for it.
> I added basic RTEMS target support to LLVM a few years ago. Eliminating the use of bsp_specs is the big hurdle
If it is feasible for a GSoC, then we should scope it out.

>>I'm lukewarm on Coverity-Newlib. The other projects seem alright. I'll
>>try to take a stab at the Open Projects page in the near future, after
>>I can give some more thought to good projects.
> Not gsoc worthy. Just on the to do list. I almost have it working but can't quite get the Coverity set up correct.
> As a gsoc project, I would like coverage testing on newlib using glibc and any BSD libc tests we can leverage.
>>On Sat, Dec 13, 2014 at 10:58 AM, Joel Sherrill
>><joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com> wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> Google Summer of Code 2014 has wrapped up and the 2015
>>> edition is already committed to by Google. I would
>>> like folks to take a little while to update pages
>>> and add any new ideas. A few off my wish list in no
>>> particular order:
>>> + More Pi peripherals
>>>   - includes TCP/IP over USB
>>> + BeagleBoard Ethernet
>>> + rtems-tester support for more simulators
>>> + complete rtems-tester coverage support
>>>   - started in ESA SOCIS
>>> + more RSB recipes
>>>   - specifically eliminate RTEMS Addon Packages
>>>     and as much of the Graphics Toolkit as possible
>>>     with RSB recipes
>>> + Monkey HTTPD port
>>> + capture engine, trace wrapper generator, and
>>>   LTTng integration via CTF. Allows visualization
>>>   of timelines
>>> + Coverity runs on newlib. I started this but can't
>>>   get it to work so far. :(
>>> I am sure there are other ideas. Please add to the
>>> list and help write them up.
>>> --joel
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