BeRTOS sounds really cool from what I can see! I will soon try it on a ATMEL AVR 1280/ 1 board and would really be interested in a Linux Version of the Commercial SDK/ IDE.
Question is if and when this will be available (it seems there is already a Linux Version but its not ready yet for a release)?
since we mainly develop on Linux, we have an internal alpha-stage version of the SDK. This SDK is actually limited to the wizard, IDE, programming and debug integration.
You can already however use the BeRTOS Wizard even in the GPL version, installation instruction are available here:http://www.bertos.org/use/tutorial-fron ... ions#linux
Regarding the commercial release of this alpha Linux SDK, we have no short term plan to release it. This is however subject to change depending on users feedback.
In this perspective, I would ask you a few questions:
- What Linux distribution would you like to be supported?
- What particular feature(s) of the commercial SDK are you interested in?
Also the documentation seems a bit sparse right now, or maybe its there and I didn't find it. It would be great if there would be a little bit more real world examples on how to use available drivers (SD/ MMC/ graphic LCD/ etc., I2c, SPI ) on a Atmel AVR or SAM7 borad.
We are adding in these days a lot of detailed documentations in the trunk. A preview is available on the development site:http://dev.bertos.org/doxygen/
Also a lot of tutorials are available on-line:http://www.bertos.org/use/tutorial-front-page/
Regarding real world examples, have you already seen our examples section?http://www.bertos.org/use/examples-projects/
Hope that this answer you questions.
Have fun with BeRTOS!