Linked by Hadrien Grasland on Sun 27th Feb 2011 12:06 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems This is a situation where I need the help of you OSnews readers who are experienced with low-level development on ARM, SPARC, PowerPC, MIPS, and other hardware architectures we have on computers nowadays. The issue is that I'm currently designing the part of my hobby kernel which takes care of interrupts. Although I mostly work on x86 at the moment, I'd like to keep this code portable to other hardware architectures in the future. To do that, I have to know how interrupt handling works on as much HW architectures as possible.
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Check the code
by bsdero on Mon 28th Feb 2011 15:40 UTC
bsdero
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2005-08-29

Well, if you want this, maybe you should review the source code and docs of NetBSD... it runs on many platforms, it's something already done, the code maybe has some comments or doc for u to check... I would do.

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RE: Check the code
by DeepThought on Tue 1st Mar 2011 07:36 in reply to "Check the code"
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2010-07-17

I'd also suggest to look at the code of the various public RTOS implementations.

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