Adding features to embedded Linux development tools

Adding features to community solutions

We could implement missing features in community software. Again, there are many possibilities. Here are just a few examples:

  • Making the QEMU emulator support your hardware, our at least adding features to platforms supported by QEMU.
  • Adding support for your hardware architecture in development tools, for example by producing MIPS toolchains for Scratchbox.
  • Making Buildroot or OpenEmbedded support the libraries and applications needed by your project.
  • Adding floating point support or locking with priority inheritance in the uClibc library.
  • Adding new applets to BusyBox.

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