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technical followup from RTSC Creation Review [message #175] Thu, 08 May 2008 21:52 Go to next message
Dave Russo is currently offline Dave Russo
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
During the RTSC Creation Review a number of good questions related to
extending XDCtools were asked. Since we didn't have sufficient time to
discuss these questions in detail, we're planing an open real-time
discussion of
1. what extension points currently exist
2. how best to to extend XDCtools, and
3. what new extension points need to be added to support
community development

If you have an interest in extending XDCtools, please join the live
discussion on May 19.

CONFERENCING DETAILS
======================================================
Conference Name: technical followup to RTSC Creation Review
Date: Monday, May 19, 2008
Time: 02:00 PM PDT
Participants: 10
Duration: 1 Hour
Chairperson: dave Russo
Dial-in # (Toll, US Toll Free) 972.995.7777 , 877.561.6828
Participant Passcode: 88712105
Re: technical followup from RTSC Creation Review [message #187 is a reply to message #175] Tue, 13 May 2008 19:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: robert.oshana.freescale.com

dave, bob

as discussed during eclipsecon this year, freescale is going to be
developing a lot more application software content both inside and outside
of DevTech (the FSL tools organization). so a couple questions;

1. is there some training available for RTSC that i can send some
engineers to? (or will you be in austin soon ;-))

2. how can i get more involved in RTSC?

3. where can i find a roadmap for RTSC?

r.oshana
Re: technical followup from RTSC Creation Review [message #193 is a reply to message #187] Tue, 13 May 2008 19:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dave Russo is currently offline Dave Russo
Messages: 172
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
rob oshana wrote:
> dave, bob
>
> as discussed during eclipsecon this year, freescale is going to be
> developing a lot more application software content both inside and
> outside of DevTech (the FSL tools organization). so a couple questions;
>
> 1. is there some training available for RTSC that i can send some
> engineers to? (or will you be in austin soon ;-))
We don't have any real-time training planned. In fact, we have been
working for the last several months on primers, white papers, and user's
guides with the idea that these documents would replace instructor-based
training sessions. The primers, in particular, contain the material
we've used in past trainings.

While a live training allows for real-time questions and answers from
experts, we hope that this newsgroup and future mailing lists will
provide the same level of support in a more scalable and timely fashion.

>
> 2. how can i get more involved in RTSC?
>
Start with the module primer (available from
http://wiki.eclipse.org/DSDP/RTSC) and ask questions here.

I expect that you'll eventually need to integrate your own code gen
tools to make it possible to build/debug/deploy your target content.
This requires creating a "target" which, in RTSC terminology, means that
you must create a package that contains a module that implements the
xdc.bld.ITarget interface.

That last sentence is probably unintelligible until you read through the
module primer, but we have examples and user documentation in the works
that can guide you once you get to that point.

> 3. where can i find a roadmap for RTSC?
>
Good question. We presented a few high-level slides about what we
expect to do this year at EclipseCon this year
( https://eclipsecon.greenmeetingsystems.com/submissions/view/ 213), but a
rough list includes:
1. re-work the user-level documentation
2. add basic tooling for real-time analysis and RTSC object
viewing
3. basic integration into Eclipse, especially CDT
4. get XDCtools onto Eclipse.org

> r.oshana
>
Re: technical followup from RTSC Creation Review [message #219 is a reply to message #193] Mon, 02 June 2008 11:53 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: robert.oshana.freescale.com

dave


ok, thanks for the info. let me do some more reading about the technology
and i will get back to you with more detailed questions..

thanks
rob oshana
engineering manager
developer technology
freescale semiconductor


rob oshana wrote:

dave, bob

as discussed during eclipsecon this year, freescale is going to be
developing a lot more application software content both inside and outside
of DevTech (the FSL tools organization). so a couple questions;

1. is there some training available for RTSC that i can send some
engineers to? (or will you be in austin soon ;-))

We don't have any real-time training planned. In fact, we have been
working for the last several months on primers, white papers, and user's
guides with the idea that these documents would replace instructor-based
training sessions. The primers, in particular, contain the material we've
used in past trainings.

While a live training allows for real-time questions and answers from
experts, we hope that this newsgroup and future mailing lists will provide
the same level of support in a more scalable and timely fashion.



2. how can i get more involved in RTSC?


Start with the module primer (available from
http://wiki.eclipse.org/DSDP/RTSC) and ask questions here.

I expect that you'll eventually need to integrate your own code gen tools
to make it possible to build/debug/deploy your target content. This
requires creating a "target" which, in RTSC terminology, means that you
must create a package that contains a module that implements the
xdc.bld.ITarget interface.

That last sentence is probably unintelligible until you read through the
module primer, but we have examples and user documentation in the works
that can guide you once you get to that point.


3. where can i find a roadmap for RTSC?


Good question. We presented a few high-level slides about what we expect
to do this year at EclipseCon this year
( https://eclipsecon.greenmeetingsystems.com/submissions/view/ 213), but a
rough list includes:
1. re-work the user-level documentation
2. add basic tooling for real-time analysis and RTSC object
viewing
3. basic integration into Eclipse, especially CDT
4. get XDCtools onto Eclipse.org


r.oshana
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