DeviceMaster Software Developer Kit Contents
The DeviceMaster SDK distribution contains the following:
Application sources for several sample DeviceMaster applications:
SocketServer: A simplified version of the Pepperl+Fuchs Comtrol, Inc. SocketServer application, which also includes the GoAhead web server.
See Building the SocketServer Sample Application for information about the
sample application. In addition, you can use the
SocketServer Extension Guide
for information about how to add functionality to the sample SocketServer.
Webserver: A GoAhead web server demonstration application with minimal changes required to build and
run on the DeviceMaster platform. See Building the GoAhead WebServer
for information about this sample application.
Sources for sample eCos applications that demonstrate how to use the Pepperl+Fuchs Comtrol, Inc.
serial (SerEcho) and
Ethernet (NetEcho) drivers.
and object distributions of eCos.
eCos Documentation contains RedHat eCos manuals in PDF format.
Binaries for both Linux
and Windows (command-line) eCos configuration utilities.
GNU Documentation for the GNU development tools.
Cygwin binary distribution and
binaries for arm-elf cross-development tools for Cygwin.
arm-elf cross-development tools for Linux.
Cross-platform arm-elf toolchain source files for eCos under either Linux or Cygwin.
Utilities in the event you do not want to use the RedBoot load command to upload applications into the DeviceMaster:
PortVision DX is the easiest way to upload applications into the DeviceMaster.
PortVision DX supports Windows XP through Windows 10 operating systems.
RTS Command-line Updater
Burn-wrapper files, source files
used to wrap the SocketServer application for installation on the DeviceMaster
Miscellaneous documentation, including the following:
If you ordered the Software Development Kit or purchased the DeviceMaster PRO, you will have
the JTAG interface that uses RDI protocol over UDP/IP.