The sm_ident patch is fine.
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 11:56 AM, Philippe Gerum <r...@xenomai.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-11-03 at 22:42 +0100, ronny meeus wrote:
> > Hello
> > we are investigating to usage of the pSOS+ skin to port a large legacy
> > pSOS application to Linux.
> > The application model consist of several processes in which the
> > application lives. All processes will make use of the pSOS library.
> > After playing around with the library for some time we have observed
> > several missing service calls, bugs and differences in behaviour
> > compared to a real pSOS implementation:
> > - missing sm_ident
> > - missing t_getreg / t_setreg in userland (patch already included in
> > 2.5.5)
> > - not possible to use skin from the context of different processes
> > (patch already included in 2.5.5)
> > - added support for identical task/queue/semaphore/region names by
> > making names unique.
> > - strange behaviour in pSOS message queue (see post "Possible memory
> > leak in psos skin message queue handling").
> > I can (and will) deliver patches for all issues I have found, but I'm
> > wondering whether there are other people using the pSOS skin (in
> > userland) in a real live application. The target for my project would
> > be an embedded system with strong reliability requirements (very
> > stable / long running etc).
> > Any feedback is welcome and appreciated.
> > It is not clear to me either which tests are executed before a new
> > version is released. Is there any test-suite available for the pSOS
> > skin?
> > Best regards,
> > Ronny
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