Is there any framebuffer testcases?

Peng Fan van.freenix at
Thu Apr 14 12:23:40 UTC 2016

Hi Chris,

2016-04-14 14:12 GMT+08:00 Chris Johns <chrisj at>:

> On 08/04/2016 15:46, Peng Fan wrote:
>> Hi Pavel,
>> I hacked rtems-source-builder to build graphics toolkit and commented
>> out libtiff and t1lib. As following:
>> #
>> # All RTEMS 4.12 Graphics Sets
>> #
>> %define rtems_version 4.12
>> %define rtems_arch arm
>> %include rtems-base.bset
>> graphics/libjpeg
>> graphics/libpng
>> #graphics/libtiff
>> #graphics/t1lib
> I have sorted out the RSB so all these packages build cleanly and in a
> manner we can support. I need to sort a few things out then I hope to push
> the changes.
Thanks. After you push the changes, I'll have a try.

> graphics/nxlib
> ... which includes microwindows and that has problems.
>>  From src/rtems/readme.rtems of microwindows, it says there are a few
>> demos under src/bin.
>> But i only see "convbdf  convbmp  makebmp".
>> Could you please point me where to find the demo?
>> I see a rtems_init.c file and it was compiled to rtems_init.o, But I
>> have no idea where is the demo.
>> Do I need to write a demo from scratch? Do you have reference code if
>> need to write a demo from my side?
> The Microwindows support is messy. The package references a personal
> github repo, the RSB support is only for Linux and Microwindows is in need
> of build system attention. Microwindows build support is gcc, gnu make, and
> RTEMS_MAKEFILE_PATH centric and this last one is a dead end. No other 3rd
> party package needs this file. Forcing gcc for the host means a standard
> FreeBSD install does not work.
> Microwindows can be hacked so we can make it build however where do we
> keep the patches and support long term. I am not comfortable with a
> personal repo that could change at any point in time, it is personal after
> all.

Actually I just want to a simple test to verify my lcdif driver. Finally I
would like to use Qt embedded, but I have no idea how much work need to be
done. The first I can forseen is there is also license issue, libdl may


> Chris
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