OLPC Laptop - an open source substandard ?
agibson at eng.uts.edu.au
Sat Dec 30 05:41:44 EST 2006
Gabor Dolla wrote:
> The meshing code is inextricable from the RTOS currently used,
> which is
> commercial and proprietary. The RTOS is thus delivered as part of the
> meshing code for porting, and protecting the RTOS requires an NDA.
> The whole stuff is written in C ? Is it documented or well commented ?
> Do you have any info about the size of it ?
Have a look at threadx.
AFAIK thats what marvell used or purchased for the kernel in the driver.
threadx api http://www.rtos.com/page/product.php?id=27
If they are using threadx it would have to be in c and possibly some in asm.
expresslogic have a book on threadx Realtime Embedded multithreading
Be interesting to find out if the driver was written/built for arm or
thumb instruction set (arm core).
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