MCF5329EVB BSP

Kirspel, Kevin kevin.kirspel at optimedical.com
Fri Oct 5 16:00:13 CDT 2007


There are no licensing issues with the BSP.  The port does require a change
to the gnu tool chain generation so that it generates a m68k-rtems for the
coldfire version 3 core (m5307 cpu).  
 
Kevin Kirspel
Opti Medical Systems
Electrical Engineer
235 Hembree Park Drive
Roswell GA 30076
(ph) 770-510-4444 x4568
(fax) 770-510-4445

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel Sherrill [mailto:joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com] 
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2007 2:36 PM
To: Kirspel, Kevin
Cc: 'rtems-users at rtems.org'
Subject: Re: MCF5329EVB BSP

Kirspel, Kevin wrote:
>
> I have almost completed a port to RTEMS of the MCF5329EVB evaluation 
> board from Freescale. With this BSP I had to port the YAFFS2 file 
> system to RTEMS. I would like to submit the BSP and YAFFS2 port to 
> RTEMS. The YAFFS2 license is GPL. I don't know if that is OK with 
> RTEMS. I would like to do some robustness testing on the YAFFS2 port. 
> Does RTEMS have a test plan/procedure to validate new file systems?
>
Congratulations on the BSP and port. Is the license OK on the BSP? Other 
email
deals with the YAFFS2 license issue.

There are POSIX tests which exercise files through the C library IO 
calls and
should exercise all the functionality available through "normal" APIs. You
would just have to arrange to have that mounted and the paths point to it.

--joel
>
> Kevin Kirspel
>
> Opti Medical Systems
>
> Electrical Engineer
>
> 235 Hembree Park Drive
>
> Roswell GA 30076
>
> (ph) 770-510-4444 x4568
>
> (fax) 770-510-4445
>
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