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Subject: ways to add driver support layer for rtems ioc
From: "M.C.Shao" <ShaoMingchao97@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn>
To: "Tech-talk" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 18:52:09 +0800
hi,all,
The baseR3.14* ioc example supplies a xxx device support, may I add a driver support in the same way? My target is rtems-pc386.  It seems to me that there're two ways. First,directly wirte driver support routines according to EPICS driver table format. Second, wrap a driver with RTEMS IO manager, then invoke the driver's routines in device support layer.
what's the recommended way to add a driver support layer by EPICS?

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Shao Mingchao
Engineering Physics Department
Tsinghua University
Beijing,100084,China
Tel:86-10-62784552


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