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Re: Extension of the CSiBE benchmark

Arpad Beszedes wrote:

You could use pieces of RTEMS or all of it. The code executive portion is intended to be very lean
99% C which depends upon inline assembly to touch HW and inline functions instead of macros. It
includes a port of the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack.

Thank you for the hint, we'll investigate it.

We also have some test programs which seem to map from a code size perspective onto what I
would think of as baselines for user applications. For example, one just starts and sysem and
shuts down (no printf) while the next does a printf so you can see the impact of doing that on
code size. Another set show various networking configurations -- basic, with httpd, with ftpd.

Could you point to the concrete programs? Are they accessible publicly at all? If not, would it be possible to get them for benchmark purposes?

Sure -- they are RTEMS specific though.

In, look for
 *example* and *demo*

Some are non-networked and some are networked.


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