Re: [atomthreads] ARM7 port
- Kelvin Lawson
- 2010-06-20 @ 22:59
Good to hear from you.
ARM7 is on the roadmap but currently we're working on a Cortex M3 port
first. Having someone on board with an interest in ARM7 would be excellent.
Although the M3 port uses some M3-specific features it may be a useful
starting point for an ARM7 port. However it is not complete and not on
Github yet: hopefully this will happen in the next days or weeks. In the
meantime I am happy to provide advice wherever I can, and you should find it
fairly easy to port anyway.
Keep me posted and let me know if you have any questions at all.
On 20 June 2010 23:32, Drasko DRASKOVIC <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have been looking around for a simple and well documented OS RTOS
> solution and Atomthreads leave great impression.
> What I am interested is work on ARM7 port, as I have in my possesion
> LPC2148 development board. Was there some effort done, as I noted in
> this article that thare is a motivation :
> I would like to participate in the development, as I think that it
> would be very useful having this professional level RTOS spread over
> several architectures, both for industry and educational purposes.
> Best regards,