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Trond Danielsen wrote:
Hi everyone, I just created a new SIG: Fedora Embedded systems special interest group. I have been a Fedora user for several years, and the one thing that I have been missing the most is tools for embedded software development. Many popular microcontrollers and DPS's such as Atmel AVR and AVR32, PIC, 8051 and Analog Devices Blackfin are supported by open source tools, but these have until now been missing from the Fedora repositories. What I want is to see as many of these tools availble in Fedora. Some packages have already been included, and other have been submitted for review. A list of submitted packages is available here: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/TrondDanielsen. Support for embedded systems development depend on the guidelines for cross-compilers, and a preliminary for these guidelines is availbe from this page: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/SIGs/CrossCompiling
I must say I'm a bit disappointed to not see my (well received) proposal for cross-gcc guidelines on this page, but instead a link to an old, stale incomplete, never publicly discussed guideline attempt under the Packaging hierarchy, to me sig specific guidelines belong under the SIG hierarchy where they can be freely edited and not under the closeddown Packaging hierachy, worse in this case the guideline proposal pointed to has not seen any attention for over a year and was never publicly discussed.
If you think this sounds interesting, and want to help out, check out http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/SIGs/Embedded
This sounds like something which can better be done under the Cross sig, when you have cross tools you naturally want support for programmers, remote debuggers simulators etc.
Regards, Hans -- fedora-extras-list mailing list fedora-extras-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-extras-list
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