Best way to use RTEMS in existing project
sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Fri May 19 06:03:03 UTC 2017
On 18/05/17 12:20, Olivier C. Larocque wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I have a project using Eclipse and System Workbench for STM32 (GNU ARM
> embedded toolchain) targeting a STM32F446 microcontroller. I am using
> a proprietary RTOS right now and would like to swap it for RTEMS so I
> can open source my work.
> I went through RTEMS documentation and did some tests to familiarize
> myself with RTEMS build system and how it handles BSPs.
> What I need to know is what is the best way to proceed.
> Do I need to use the complete RTEMS build system or I can add the core
> RTEMS OS files into my project and make the Eclipse build system
> manage them like I was doing with my other RTOS?
there is an RTEMS plug-in for Eclipse that used to work with an ancient
version of Eclipse. Unfortunately it doesn't work with newer versions of
CDT due to API incompatibilities. I was not really satisfied with the
automatically generated build stuff from Eclipse. It worked well in
simple scenarios, but not for larger distributed projects.
I would use waf to build the application. This should work with Eclipse
if you disable the automatic builder.
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