RFC: RTOS for Calypso

Marius Cirsta mforce2 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 18:01:28 UTC 2011


Sorry about that , darn gmail.....

Yes , nuttx seems pretty OK and it's author is very nice , a man to
work with. The problem would be that it's written by just one man and
I don't even know how it's doing on the GUI side.
 Nuttx though seems more oriented towards micro controllers and and
targets with less resources.

As for nano-x it's one of the lightest GUIs around and I don't know if
there really are any better options for embedded open source graphics.
It's not really an X11 , not a full one anyway. And from what I've
heard you can get it to about 100 K which is certainly something in my
opinion.

On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 9:00 PM, Marius Cirsta <mforce2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>  Yes , nuttx seems pretty OK and it's author is very nice , a man to
> work with. The problem would be that it's written by just one man and
> I don't even know how it's doing on the GUI side.
>  Nuttx though seems more oriented towards micro controllers and and
> targets with less resources.
>
> As for nano-x it's one of the lightest GUIs around and I don't know if
> there really are any better options for embedded open source graphics.
> It's not really an X11 , not a full one anyway. And from what I've
> heard you can get it to about 100 K which is certainly something in my
> opinion.
>
> On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 5:59 PM, Alan Carvalho de Assis
> <acassis at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Harald,
>>
>> On 4/18/11, Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org> wrote:
>>>
>>> I have never found the time to actually make that decision/selection,
>>> so there is no status update.
>>>
>>> I'd still like to have a say in the decision, but I'm welcome for the
>>> discussion that has started right now and definitely like to look at
>>> the proposals (like ethernut OS)
>>>
>>
>> I think we could consider NuttX as well:
>>
>> http://nuttx.sourceforge.net
>>
>> This RTOS implements POSIX APIs and have many features "inherited" from Linux.
>> It is completely reconfigurable to fit small foot-print microcontrollers.
>>
>> Just my 2 cents, I hope someone enjoy it.
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>
>> Alan
>>
>>
>




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