It took almost 500 commits and half a year of effort to publish third release of distortos – 0.3.0. As previously, snapshots of distortosExamples and distortosTemplateSubfolder – both with 20161124 timestamp – accompany the main release. Continue reading distortos 0.3.0 released
A little over two months and about 400 commits after previous one, second release of distortos – 0.2.0 – was published. This release is accompanied by snapshots of distortosExamples and distortosTemplateSubfolder – both with 20160503 timestamp . Continue reading distortos 0.2.0 released
In the last few weeks distortos gained support for ARMv6-M architecture (ARM Cortex-M0(+) and ARM Cortex-M1 cores). The first chip family added to distortos using this architecture is STM32F0. You can select any of 72 chips from that family in the Kconfig configuration system and they are all supported by source code of distortos. Total number of supported chips rose to 281! Continue reading Support for ARMv6-M architecture & STM32F0 chips
New family of chips is supported by distortos since today! It is now possible to use any of 94 STM32F1 chips – they are all available in Kconfig configuration system and supported by source code. This addition increases total number of chips supported by distortos to 209. Continue reading Support for STM32F1 chips
Today – after 19 months of continuous development and more than 2500 commits – first release of distortos (0.1.0), distortosExamples (20160226) and distortosTemplateSubfolder (20160226) was completed! Continue reading distortos 0.1.0, distortosExamples 20160226 and distortosTemplateSubfolder 20160226 released
Yesterday distortos got another feature which is hardly ever seen in other RTOSes – ability to detach dynamic threads. Two new functions that were added – Thread::detach() and ThisThread::detach() – are direct equivalents of std::thread::detach() from C++11 or pthread_detach() from POSIX.
Continue reading Thread::detach() – new rare feature
Project’s source code documentation generated with doxygen was added to the website. Documentation’s HTML pages are built for the most recent revision of the source code and will be updated whenever new commits are pushed to the repository.
Today official website for distortos project was created. Soon it will host project downloads, documentation, articles, tutorials and more. Stay tuned for further updates!