Thomas Riemer wrote:
> 3. Wouldn't make a whole lot more sense to write a device
> driver generator - where you feed it a configuration file - and it
> generates the appropriate C driver code with
> the appropriate hardware specific code in the write places...
In the Linux Lab Project something like this has been written, at least
for Linux character drivers. I have not looked at it for longer time, so
perhaps now it also supports block device drivers. The generator uses a
driver definition file to generate C-code containing a driver skeleton,
which you have to fill with the hardware-specific code. I do not have the
full URL, but you can find the tools somewhere on the web pages of the
Linux Lab Project: http://www.llp.fu-berlin.de/. It supports only Linux,
but perhaps it is nonetheless worth looking at it.
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