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Old 02-03-2005, 10:53 PM
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Default RoseRT + Threadx + Xilinx Microblaze


I would like to develop software by means of RoseRT, and running it
using the ThreadX OS and a Xilinx Microblaze softcore. There seems to be
a Target Adaptation Layer for ThreadX available for RoseRT and there is
a ThreadX version of Microblaze. Has someone good or bad experience with
the RoseRT + ThreadX + Microblaze flow? Are there any pitfalls? What
kind of debugging methods are available?


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Old 02-05-2005, 03:39 AM
Dan Henry
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Default Re: RoseRT + Threadx + Xilinx Microblaze

Roel <[email protected]> wrote:

>Has someone good or bad experience with
>the RoseRT + ThreadX + Microblaze flow?

I could be wrong, but I'd guess the count of "someones" having
experience with that combo to be a pretty low number. I have had
positive experiences with the last two of the three, but no experience
with those two together. I would think that ThreadX and MicroBlaze
get along quite nicely together.

Dan Henry
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