Port ThreadX Applications to Linux
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- Click here to view webinar on porting real-time embedded applications to Linux
OS Changer ThreadX Porting Kit – Advantages
- Allows you to easily move your ThreadX applications to the Linux operating system, while saving you time and money.
- Makes legacy ThreadX applications productive to the enterprise by allowing them to be developed and tested on Linux host platforms without a need for the target hardware.
- Improves the Linux OS by allowing additional features that are part of the ThreadX application to continue to be supported by the Linux OS.
- Can also be used as a virtualized test-bench platform for performing system integration testing of your applications on host PC that provides development flexibility and huge cost savings.
OS Changer ThreadX Porting Kit – Highlights
- Porting and development on Windows/Linux Host
- Enables Host based simulation, testing embedded and/or time critical applications
- Application is connected effectively at the source code level
- Offers permanent portability solutions for moving your ThreadX code to Linux and its variants
- Flexible, easy to maintain and better migration to a unified OS architecture allowing for easy future migration
- Reduced time, provides 80-90% portability requiring little code re-write on Hardware & Device Driver specific code
- Supports multi Process, 32/64 Bit architecture, UMP/SMP muti-processor
- Advanced thread pooling, Tiered memory pools and Tiered Shared Memory Pools features
- Load modules from Linux command line or launch from application via creating process
- Module can be broken into separate Linux
- Statically create and reuse control objects from pool
- Statically create and reuse threads from pool
- Enhance performance without breaking Linux API compliance
- Configure target environment and resource requirements for various Linux kernel version and variants
- Use OS Abstractor®’s tiered memory pools to eliminate memory fragmentation
- Use OS Abstractor’s ability to recover from software fatal errors through a soft reset
- Use same Interface APIs within and across individual application processes
- API Optimization and Profiling
- Application optimization via custom Interface code generation
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