|Re: RTSC for ECU [message #729 is a reply to message #723]
||Mon, 29 December 2008 12:41
| dave russo
Registered: July 2009
Velganesh Subramanian wrote:|
> Hello, I just want a clarification on RTSC since I am not able to open
> the wiki docs.
Thanks for pointing this out, the apache server seems to have crashed.
I've rebooted it and the RTSC-Pedia should now be accessible.
>When you say Real-Time Software Components, do you
> consider software for critical systems like Engine Management (also
> Electronic Control Unit)?
Yes. In fact, the RTSC model allows one to easily create a single
component that can support both a "traditional" dynamic runtime as well
as a static runtime which does not allow dynamic memory allocation such
as that dictated by MISRA.
> http://www.eclipse.org/projects/project_summary.php?projecti d=dsdp.rtsc
> talks about Rich Client Platform. May I know the exact role Eclipse RCP
> is playing in RTSC?
In our case, the rich client platform is used during two potentially
very different times:
1. during development of a component - in this case, the RCP is
2. monitoring the real-time operation of a deployed component - in
this case the RCP can be either your workstation or an embedded
processor running something like eRCP
( http://www.eclipse.org/projects/project_summary.php?projecti d=rt.ercp).
In the case of monitoring of an embedded processor by another embedded
processor, an eRCP is not required. Is is possible for an embedded Arm
that can run Java to monitor an attached DSP running nothing more that
the C-based xdc.runtime code
( http://rtsc.eclipse.org/docs-tip/XDCtools_User%27s_Guide#The _xdc.runtime_package).
>Do you know if any of the projects in DSDP is going
> to address (or addressing) using Java for embedded developement (as in
The eRCP project was hosted under DSDP but now lives under the runtime
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