[etherlab-users] Antw: ec_master_simple_io() implementation

Anthony Sharobaiko anthony at fiord.com
Thu Jun 5 17:18:29 CEST 2008

On Wed, Jun 04, 2008 at 09:20:05AM +0200, Florian Pose wrote:

> > Implementation of a character device wrapper is an option, but it
> > would require to implement a protocol for user<->kernel data transfer
> > for a more complex case (I wonder if it would be appropriate to link
> > libxml somewhere in kernel).
> I'm planning to make the current (kernel) realtime interface available
> in userspace, maybe for the next release. Currently I'm replacing the
> sysfs interface with a userspace tool. So I already implemented a
> character device, that could be used to write a library with the
> realtime interface functions around it.

Is there any public CVS available to get current version/send patches?

> > I was also thinking about lxrt+message queues (which would also give
> > hard RT capability). Have anyone tried it?
> A developer I know has already written an lxrt wrapper for the realtime
> inteface, that will probably also be part of the next release.

Same question - is it available under GPL or something similar on some public CVS?

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