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== Introduction ==
== Introduction ==


In 2006 [http://codegen.com/] released their Open Firmware implementation under a BSL like license. Their code, entirely written in ANSI C, contains the following components:
In 2006 [http://codegen.com/ CodeGen, Inc] released their Open Firmware implementation under a BSL like license. Their code, entirely written in ANSI C, contains the following components:


* [http://www.codegen.com/SmartFirmware/index.html SmartFirmware™]: an ANSI C implementation of the IEEE-1275 Open Firmware boot firmware standard. Dramatically reduce and ease your firmware development and system bring-up times and costs.
* [http://www.codegen.com/SmartFirmware/index.html SmartFirmware™]: an ANSI C implementation of the IEEE-1275 Open Firmware boot firmware standard. Dramatically reduce and ease your firmware development and system bring-up times and costs.
* An [http://www.codegen.com/SmartFirmware/ccfcode.html ANSI C compiler] that generates Open Firmware compatible Forth/Fcode makes it easy to develop drivers for PCI cards and PMC modules.
* An [http://www.codegen.com/SmartFirmware/ccfcode.html ANSI C compiler] that generates Open Firmware compatible Forth/Fcode makes it easy to develop drivers for PCI cards and PMC modules.
== Download ==
The code can be browsed online with the [http://openbios.org/viewvc/?root=SmartFirmware ViewVC facility].
The repository is available through Subversion:
You can check it out as follows:
  $ svn co svn://openbios.org/smartfirmware/
if you want a specific revision:
  $ svn co svn://openbios.org/smartfirmware -r 1
If your company installed a firewall that blocks the svn port (3690) you can also check out using the webdav frontend:
$ svn co <nowiki>https://www.openbios.org/smartfirmware-svn/ smartfirmware</nowiki>

Revision as of 09:15, 11 December 2006

Introduction

In 2006 CodeGen, Inc released their Open Firmware implementation under a BSL like license. Their code, entirely written in ANSI C, contains the following components:

  • SmartFirmware™: an ANSI C implementation of the IEEE-1275 Open Firmware boot firmware standard. Dramatically reduce and ease your firmware development and system bring-up times and costs.
  • An ANSI C compiler that generates Open Firmware compatible Forth/Fcode makes it easy to develop drivers for PCI cards and PMC modules.

Download

The code can be browsed online with the ViewVC facility.

The repository is available through Subversion:

You can check it out as follows:

 $ svn co svn://openbios.org/smartfirmware/

if you want a specific revision:

 $ svn co svn://openbios.org/smartfirmware -r 1

If your company installed a firewall that blocks the svn port (3690) you can also check out using the webdav frontend:

$ svn co https://www.openbios.org/smartfirmware-svn/ smartfirmware