Neundorf, Alexander | 6 Oct 08:44 2005

AW: contributing filesystem and a failsafe update meachanism for FIS from within ecos applications


> Von: ecos-devel-owner <at> ecos.sourceware.org
> 
> Hi,
> 
> it's not even one year ago, and already I have the next 
> version of my patch available ;-)
> 
> The attached patch implements a read-only filesystem for FIS, 
> and three extra utility functions for manipulating it safely 
> from ecos applications.

Any comments ?

Alex

Andrew Lunn | 6 Oct 09:21 2005
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Re: contributing filesystem and a failsafe update meachanism for FIS from within ecos applications

On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 08:44:58AM +0200, Neundorf, Alexander wrote:
> 
> 
> > Von: ecos-devel-owner <at> ecos.sourceware.org
> > 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > it's not even one year ago, and already I have the next 
> > version of my patch available ;-)
> > 
> > The attached patch implements a read-only filesystem for FIS, 
> > and three extra utility functions for manipulating it safely 
> > from ecos applications.
> 
> Any comments ?

The same onces as last year.

You should also take a look at locking. You have some locking between
the FS and the functions, but it has race conditions. The locking the
other way does not exist at all.

You also incorrectly use st_mode, but that is minor.

        Andrew

famlabus | 7 Oct 15:14 2005
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[ECOS] GUI library

Hi,

I'm going to use an open source GUI library to control either 
the Powertip PG240128WRF-ATA-H with Toshiba T6963C and Matrix Touch 5 x 10
AMT8704.
or the 
EDT EW32F40FLW QVGA (320x240) with Epson S1D13305 und TP-9523-5.6 4-wire
analog Touch. 
My target hardware is the LPC-E2294 board from Olimex(www.olimex.com) with
the LPC2294 running ecos.
Unfortunately minigui, my first decision, (minigui.org) needs a lot of
memory to run (recommended are 2MB Ram and 2MB Rom for ecos systems).

Has anyone a suggestion which GUI lib I should use (C/PEG, FLTK,
easygui,...)?

Thanks,

Michael

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Jachym Holecek | 7 Oct 15:22 2005

Re: [ECOS] GUI library

Hello,

> I'm going to use an open source GUI library to control either 
> the Powertip PG240128WRF-ATA-H with Toshiba T6963C and Matrix Touch 5 x 10
> AMT8704.
> or the 
> EDT EW32F40FLW QVGA (320x240) with Epson S1D13305 und TP-9523-5.6 4-wire
> analog Touch. 
> My target hardware is the LPC-E2294 board from Olimex(www.olimex.com) with
> the LPC2294 running ecos.
> Unfortunately minigui, my first decision, (minigui.org) needs a lot of
> memory to run (recommended are 2MB Ram and 2MB Rom for ecos systems).
> 
> Has anyone a suggestion which GUI lib I should use (C/PEG, FLTK,
> easygui,...)?

I'm happy with Allegro on my embedded (mostly) Linux systems. Getting
it to run on eCos shouldn't be too hard -- a week or two I guess. There's
a couple of GUI libraries built on top of Allegro, though I admit I'm using
lowlevel drawing primitives directly to get my UIs painted...

	Regards,
		-- Jachym Holecek

David Vrabel | 7 Oct 15:55 2005

Re: [RFC] Generic serial 8250/16x50 diagnostics support

David Vrabel wrote:
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> ...implemented generic support for diagnostics via 8250 UARTs.

I there really no interest in this?  I've found it useful.

David Vrabel
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