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Xilinx IP core drivers for RTEMS- Keith Robertson still around?



Hi Greg,

Please, less formality - Bob is fine by me!

Sounds like I'll be following you, I guess!  I had originally (as in 
earlier today) thought I'd finish my MicroMonitor work first, but 
perhaps I should move RTEMS up first.  It doesn't really matter too much 
for me, and hopefully I'll be able to contribute more - given your schedule.

Do you have the TEMAC working yet?  Or are you using one of the "soft" 
IP cores?  What serial port core are you using?

Take care,

gregory.menke at gsfc.nasa.gov wrote:
> Thanks Robert!
>
> Exactly what I needed.  Over the next few days I will be working the
> patches in and comparing to the firmware as its been specified in our
> board- its quite similar to an ML403.  We do have flexibility wrt the
> Virtex firmware so reconfigs there will not be an issue.  I think the
> goal will be to create a proper bsp to support our board.  The initial
> tests will be RTEMS running our flight software, taking data in over a
> serial port and transmitting out of ethernet.
>
> I'd be happy to share the RTEMS portions of the work & collaborate
> wherever its feasable.  We have to be running & stable by the end of
> August so development is going to be brisk over the next couple weeks.
>
> Regards,
>
> Greg
>
>
> Robert S. Grimes writes:
>  > Hi Greg,
>  > 
>  > I'm in the same boat as you.  Keith has sent me his diffs, which I 
>  > include here.  Note that they are against a little older version 
>  > (V4.6.5) of RTEMS, and should work on a suitably configured Xilinx ml403 
>  > board.  You'll have to make sure your V4 configuration is compatible 
>  > with his stuff, or change one side or another...
>
>
>