how to write program in ecos


hi friend,
    can u pls tell me how to write program in ecos , i had ecos and cgywin to work in windows but dont know how to write
program. can any body tell me:)

thanks
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Gary Thomas | 24 Nov 12:38 2005

Re: how to write program in ecos

On Thu, 2005-11-24 at 02:50 -0800, anil patil (sent by Nabble.com)
wrote:
> hi friend,
>     can u pls tell me how to write program in ecos , i had ecos and 
> cgywin to work in windows but dont know how to write program. can any 
> body tell me:)

Have you tried reading the documentation at:
  http://ecos.sourceware.org/docs-latest/

In particular, the "Getting Started" guide?
  http://ecos.sourceware.org/docs-latest/user-guide/user-guide-programming.html

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Fishell, Bryan J. | 29 Nov 19:42 2005
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ECOS ARM7 Variant Porting

Hi All, 

I am curious how involved porting a variant of ECOS to a specific ARM7
core would be? Where exactly to start?

TIA

B.

Andrew Lunn | 29 Nov 20:40 2005
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Re: ECOS ARM7 Variant Porting

On Tue, Nov 29, 2005 at 01:42:30PM -0500, Fishell, Bryan J. wrote:
> Hi All, 
> 
> I am curious how involved porting a variant of ECOS to a specific ARM7
> core would be? Where exactly to start?

You say here core. Is it just the core you have? By this, i mean have
you licenced the core and put it into your own silicon? Are are you
actually talking about a commercially available chipset, which is more
than just the code, eg memory controllers, serial ports, USB devices,
MMC drivers etc?

A lot depends on how similar the core is to any of the other ARM
systems which are already supported. So i would start by doing a
comparision of what you have against the device which are currently
supported. Which is the most similar. Do any have serial drivers,
flash drivers, ic2 drivers which you can reuse etc.

You will find the porting guide useful:

http://ecos.sourceware.org/docs-latest/ref/hal-porting-guide.html

        Andrew


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