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Ice and VxWorks?

Has Ice been ported to VxWorks? If so, any issues? (VxWorks ports of things are
notorious for being OS version dependent...)

Thanks!

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  • michimichi Member Michi HenningOrganization: Triodia TechnologiesProject: I have a passing interest in Ice :-) ✭✭✭
    Re: Ice and VxWorks?
    Originally posted by SteveWampler
    Has Ice been ported to VxWorks? If so, any issues? (VxWorks ports of things are
    notorious for being OS version dependent...)

    Thanks!

    No, no VxWorks port at the moment. Last time we did anything with VxWorks, a big problem was that the only supported C++ compilers were ancient and didn't do a lot of things, such as namespaces and templates. Maybe that has improved since then. Why don't you simply try and compile Ice on VxWorks and see how far you get? That would give at least a preliminary indication of the difficulty of a port.

    Cheers,

    Michi.
  • DIAB C/C++

    The latest version of Wind River's DIAB C/C++ compiler uses the Edison Design Group's front end, which supports pretty much everything in the language. In particular, it's got excellent template support.

    Here's a couple of links:
    Diab C/C++ Product Page

    Edison Design Group Homepage
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