[ECOS] shell application
Sat Sep 17 18:13:00 GMT 2005
Thanks David, Andrew
I successfully ported the ZOG version in the actual ecos version and
compiled an application for arm.
I'll update the ficl used in ZOG with the last version from sourceforge.
A problem is still present. I created a test application ( starting form
The problem is that executing the application from gdb the program run until
it mets the first fgets.
At this point it remains blocked. I think is a general problem that I have,
not related to this specific application.
Do you know any solution to this problem?
Thanks in advance
----- Original Message -----
From: "David N. Welton" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Andrew Lunn" <email@example.com>; "Jaws" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, September 17, 2005 11:41 AM
Subject: Re: [ECOS] shell application
> Andrew Lunn wrote:
> > On Fri, Sep 16, 2005 at 11:56:05PM +0200, Jaws wrote:
> >>During my search I found a ficl version for ECOS, called ZOG. Anyone
> >>source version adapted to the current ecos version? Or could you suggest
> >>what i have to do to adapt the current ZOG version to ecos, to compile a
> >>version for arm?
> > The source code is available from David Welton's website.
> > It has not been properly integrated into the eCos build system. It
> > currently uses a makefile to build ficl as an application which is
> > linked to eCos. It would be better to write a small amount of CDL and
> > incorperate it into the eCos build system. The makefile does not look
> > too complex so i think this would be easy.
> > Also note that ZOG is using an old version of ficl, version 3.x. The
> > current version at http://ficl.sourceforge.net/ is version 4.x. So you
> > might want to update the port.
> If people are interested in this, I'd be more than willing to integrate
> the changes into an updated version of Zog, although I don't really have
> time to work on it a lot myself. Well, if someone were willing to pay
> for consulting time, that's a different story, but Zog was basically a
> 'fun learning project' that's run its course.
> Another possibility might be my friend Salvatore's "jim interpreter"
> which is a nice, small, modular version of Tcl:
> David N. Welton
> - http://www.dedasys.com/davidw/
> Apache, Linux, Tcl Consulting
> - http://www.dedasys.com/
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