Java Virtual Machine with GUI in embedded environment

Started by giangiammy in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 2 replies

Hi all, I need to evaluate the possibility to use a Java Virtual Machine in an embedded environment (it will be a MIPS processor,...

Hi all, I need to evaluate the possibility to use a Java Virtual Machine in an embedded environment (it will be a MIPS processor, 400MHz, with a graphical LCD 800x600) I will need to implement a GUI in this environment. I successfullty installed kaffe with AWT graphical library: swing would be better, but AWT can go :-) the problem is that the resulting application is too slow. T...


JTRES 2007 - Call for Participation

Started by Martin Schoeberl in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION The 5th Workshop on Java Technologies for Real-Time and Embedded...

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION The 5th Workshop on Java Technologies for Real-Time and Embedded Systems JTRES 2007 http://www.vmars.tuwien.ac.at/jtres2007/ 26-28 September 2007 Vienna, Austria JTRES is an important event for embedded Java and real-time Ja...


wind river workbench installation error

Started by sirishy2k in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

when i install wind river workbench i get this error !SESSION Sun Jun 14 08:53:40 GMT 2009 ------------------------------------------ !ENTRY...

when i install wind river workbench i get this error !SESSION Sun Jun 14 08:53:40 GMT 2009 ------------------------------------------ !ENTRY org.eclipse.core.launcher 4 0 2009-06-14 08:53:40.30 !MESSAGE Exception launching the Eclipse Platform: !STACK java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not find framework at org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main.getBootPath(Main.java:639) at org.eclipse.core.lau...


40+ years old and still on top!

Started by Don Y in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 6 replies

That'ss gotta say *something* about (perceived) "usability" despite all the other contenders that have come (and gone) over that...

That'ss gotta say *something* about (perceived) "usability" despite all the other contenders that have come (and gone) over that timespan... :-/


Help. Trying to decide on tools and approaches.

Started by ScottM in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 10 replies

I'm newish to embedded work, and my last embedded project involved Javelin process and Java, which is a tame introduction. Now I need to move up...

I'm newish to embedded work, and my last embedded project involved Javelin process and Java, which is a tame introduction. Now I need to move up to something faster and more flexible, but I've having as heck of a time getting information from vendors, who can smell a hobbyist, and have better things to do than answer their emails. I'm hoping someone here will be more tolerant of a newbie. I n...


LEGO mindstorms and FPGA

Started by Martin Schoeberl in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 5 replies

Yesterday I bought a LEGO mindstorms set (getting infantil in my old days...). After building the first robot, I want to substitue the RCX by an...

Yesterday I bought a LEGO mindstorms set (getting infantil in my old days...). After building the first robot, I want to substitue the RCX by an FPGA. Has anyone done this so far? Martin ---------------------------------------------- JOP - a Java Processor core for FPGAs: http://www.jopdesign.com/


Why isn't math universal?

Started by Thomas Magma in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 19 replies

Hi, I just wrote some DSP code in Java and ported it over to EVC for a PDA. Apparently EVC has a problem with the sin() of large numbers....

Hi, I just wrote some DSP code in Java and ported it over to EVC for a PDA. Apparently EVC has a problem with the sin() of large numbers. What's up with this? I need to sin() large numbers. Any suggestions? Am I the only one that thinks that C, C++, and the MS foundation classes are a mess, and should be abolished? Thomas


Want to purchase a Keil C51

Started by JJ in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 1 reply

I would be interested in purchasing a recent version of a Keil C51 from an individual who is no longer involved with it and has a strong interest...

I would be interested in purchasing a recent version of a Keil C51 from an individual who is no longer involved with it and has a strong interest in selling it. I am a Java developer in my day job. I would like to use it for a home robotics project that I am working on. I would also consider other commercial IDEs if there are no sellers for the Keil - such as Raisonance. My project's ...


Attention: European C/C++/C#/Java Programmers-Call for Input

Started by Paul K. McKneely in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 52 replies

Hi All, My company is developing a new programming language targeted at continuing with the original charter by the C language for...

Hi All, My company is developing a new programming language targeted at continuing with the original charter by the C language for development of Operating Systems in a HLL as well as applications, device drivers etc. This language has an extended character set and, although all of the key words will (still) be in English, identifiers (i.e. names of things) can use additional European c...


Eclipse CDT vendor?

Started by Marco in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 1 reply

Are there any inexpensive Eclipse IDE CDT vendors similar to myEclipse? (for the Java crowd see http://www.myeclipseide.com/) would like to...

Are there any inexpensive Eclipse IDE CDT vendors similar to myEclipse? (for the Java crowd see http://www.myeclipseide.com/) would like to see: 1) Linux support 2) Windows mingw support For unit testing on a host platform. Any experience insight with Eclipse CDT also appreciated. TIA


Netburner modules in real products?

Started by Anguel Stankov in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 10 replies

Hi all! I read a lot of discussions about Netburner vs. Rabbit. No doubt - the Coldfire is a very nice microcontroller and the Netburner...

Hi all! I read a lot of discussions about Netburner vs. Rabbit. No doubt - the Coldfire is a very nice microcontroller and the Netburner prices are really great with all the software included (RTOS, TCP/IP, etc.). On the other hand a few weeks ago I bought a Systronix SaJe module with an aJile Java CPU (after reading some hype-inspired articles) and was really disappointed how bad the sof...


mainboard lowpower any recomendation wanted

Started by Martin Egloff in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

Hello all together What I'm looking for is a mainboard/processorboard for a mobile solution so power consumption is a key issue. The following...

Hello all together What I'm looking for is a mainboard/processorboard for a mobile solution so power consumption is a key issue. The following requirements I roughly have: - No mechanical parts like fan an disks - Cpu with low power consumption but still the power to run lets say a linux OS with a browser application and some java so an X server will need to be run as well - G...


About iServicePro

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

iServicePro is an innovative approach to offering affordable tools for Java and J2EE developers. in particular, we are a professional team...

iServicePro is an innovative approach to offering affordable tools for Java and J2EE developers. in particular, we are a professional team for applying oneself to develop and integrate eclipse plug-in for user applications. Our mission now is to deliver business value and to maximize developers' productivity by consistently delivering reliable products and a true end-to-end seamless J2EE d...


Logic simulator?

Started by Neil Bradley in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 3 replies

Can anyone recommend a Windows based (freeware preferable) logic simulator program? I really could use one for an embedded system I'm designing...

Can anyone recommend a Windows based (freeware preferable) logic simulator program? I really could use one for an embedded system I'm designing (with some very sticky decode and select logic). Everything I've found so far is A) written in Java, and the JVM on my computer won't work or B) Written for Windows 3.1 (complains of missing vga.drv), or C) Written for a platform I don't own. ;-(...


Small Linux SBC in the $50 price range?

Started by larwe in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

I'm in the market for a couple of small Linux SBCs big enough to run a JVM (no LCD required; this is a signal-processing application built...

I'm in the market for a couple of small Linux SBCs big enough to run a JVM (no LCD required; this is a signal-processing application built in Java). I don't care what core is on it, as long as I can get performance equivalent to about a 200MHz x86 under 5W, and at least one serial port (two serial ports, and some direct access to GPIO, would be nice) The FriendlyARM board (see below) is ab...


NXT: Which C dialect should I pick?

Started by in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 5 replies

Hi, I'm looking to writing software for the NXT in either pure C or a dialect thereof. I had the option of choosing the Java...

Hi, I'm looking to writing software for the NXT in either pure C or a dialect thereof. I had the option of choosing the Java Optimized Processor (JOP) instead of the NXT, but I wanted to seek a different challenge so I chose C/C dialect. Searching the net, I find that most options for writing for the NXT is in C dialects and not pure C. I had hoped to get a chance to use pointers etc., ...


Buffer of data with the lantronix xport

Started by Benjamin Schmidt in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

hello, i tried to get some experiences with the testboard of the xport. Up to now it's possible to show the serial data on a webpage. For this...

hello, i tried to get some experiences with the testboard of the xport. Up to now it's possible to show the serial data on a webpage. For this i used the example given from lantronix. But now there appeared a problem. How can buffer the data of the serial port? The data are only represented from the time of the call of the java applet. Earlier data are lost. Is there a possibility to bu...


Using Java to talk to an embedded system

Started by larwe in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 6 replies

A longtime customer has asked me to build a PC-hosted GUI to control an existing system I designed for him a long time ago. Actually the system...

A longtime customer has asked me to build a PC-hosted GUI to control an existing system I designed for him a long time ago. Actually the system was designed to control a vending machine, but he now wants to use the same hardware as a sort of poor man's PLC, to operate various other machinery in his facility. I don't like wasting effort on Windows-specific code if I don't have to, so I was ...


ANN: GCC 4.0 for ARM targets

Started by Andras Tantos in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

Hi all! I've made the 4.0.0 version of GCC form ARM targets and Win32 hosts available on my...

Hi all! I've made the 4.0.0 version of GCC form ARM targets and Win32 hosts available on my website: http://www.modularcircuits.com/gcc_arm.htm As usual, this compilation was made in the MinGW32 environment, to ELF targets and contains all the language front-ends that are available in a standard GCC source-distribution: C/C++/Objective C/Java (native)/Fortran 95/ADA Hope you f...


Designing and implementing real-time software - where to start?

Started by in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 3 replies

Hello, A couple of friends and I are interested in developing a piece of real- time software, which is supposed to run on the LEGO NXT...

Hello, A couple of friends and I are interested in developing a piece of real- time software, which is supposed to run on the LEGO NXT platform. We've already settled on LEJOS and their Java implementation. We know LEJOS uses fixed-priority scheduling, and judging from a course on real-time software we're taking, that will suffice. But where do we start? We've been introduced to severa...