[ECOS] Sid for Windows ! HELP

Robert Cragie rcc@jennic.com
Thu Jan 9 10:00:00 GMT 2003


Hi Stefano,

> I have been advised to use SID for simulating a
> device, but i was wonderig if SID is available for
> Windows too and where i could find the complete
> application without building it by myself.

SID should build and run OK under the cygwin environment
(http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/) on Windows. I confess I have not tried
it. However, you will have to build it yourself as there are no pre-built
binaries for Windows. This is not normally a problem to do - there have been
posts on the SID mailing lists
(http://sources.redhat.com/ml/sid/2002-q3/msg00093.html) confirming that
this has been done successfully.

However, looking at your earlier question, it's not entirely clear to me
what you are trying to achieve

> I can write my assemby programs with this toolkit by i
> can't simulate the serial port communication using
> busy-waiting mode.
> I was wondering if it is possible to this using Ecos
> and the xscale toolkit.

Are you:

1) Trying to simulate the operation of the serial port on an xscale
processor using a software simulator/emulator and wish to use a
scheduler-based OS to get blocking serial port I/O?
2) Implying that you have a hardware platform based on xscale on which you
need to run a scheduler-based OS to get blocking serial port I/O?
3) Something else?

If it's (1) then you can use SID, as Gary Thomas pointed out, although I
imagine there would be quite a lot of work involved in setting up a suitable
simulated hardware environment for xscale.
If it's (2), then xscale is already supported in eCos - pick the most
appropriate platform.

Robert Cragie, Design Engineer
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