We are considering the use of real-time Linux (RTL or RTAI) as the
environment for iocCore in the upcoming Magdalena Ridge Observatory optical
Anyone else thinking about similar lines?
Peregrine M. McGehee
Coordinator, Los Alamos Astrophysics
Sloan Digital Sky Survey APT/LEDA Controls
(505) 667-3273 MS H820, LANL, Los Alamos, NM 87545
From: Marty Kraimer [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, September 10, 1999 2:06 PM
Subject: iocCore port
Work on porting iocCore to other operating systems besides vxWorks is
The following has been accomplised
Almost all of base except Channel Access, the sequencer, and hardware
has been changed to use the new osi routines rather than vxWorks specific
I have not touched Channel Access becuse this needs help from Jeff Hill.
Lupton is already working on a version of the sequencer that is independent
vxWorks. The hardware dependent code will be unbundled from base.
Janet Anderson has modified the make system so that it works for non
targets. The new system is actually easier than the old.
Using the new osi independent code the example application generated by
makeBaseApp has been run successfully. This was a major milestone.
A document describing the iocCore port is attached. Note that to port to
systems only the libraries osiSem and osiThread need to be implemented. It
should be possible to implement these using posix calls. If this is done we
should be able to run iocCore on many platforms.
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