Joseph Lemieux's Programming in the OSEK/VDX Environment (With CD-ROM PDF

By Joseph Lemieux

ISBN-10: 1578200814

ISBN-13: 9781578200818

First I studied OSEK(Open approach including interfaces for car electronics: Offene Systeme und deren Schnittstellen fur die Elektronik im Kraftfahrzeug) by means of OSEK documents.
In Japan there are open resource OSEK os, TOPPERS/OSEk is available.
Second I studied OSEK os utilizing TOPPERS/OSEK.
Third I now learn this book.
This is particularly compact info utilizing OSEK OS, now not making OSEK OS.
In the CD there are resource code for every chapter.
You can suppose what's the OSEK OS.
Now OSEK OS is ISO criteria ISO 17356 sequence.

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At this point, the module only has the three hook routines described in detail in this chapter. Additional debugging functions are added to this module in the exercises presented throughout the book. 4 Exercise 1. Set a breakpoint at the entrance to each of the hook routines, including StartupHook(). Run the program and observe the sequence of events as the program starts and executes, then terminates, the background task. 5 Summary This chapter introduced briefly how an OSEK/VDX OS processes errors and provides debugging capability.

Set a breakpoint at the entrance to each of the hook routines, including StartupHook(). Run the program and observe the sequence of events as the program starts and executes, then terminates, the background task. 5 Summary This chapter introduced briefly how an OSEK/VDX OS processes errors and provides debugging capability. In Chapter 4, I will define the basic application building block — the task. 4 Chapter 4 Tasks The first and most importing concept in the OSEK/VDX OS is the task. As you might remember from the previous chapters, even the simplest application required defining a small task.

The current APPMODE is defined by the application when the OS is started. At least one APPMODE must be defined, but the OSEK/VDX standard does not define a limit for the maximum number of modes. However, each implementation sets a limit based on the size of the memory variable used to store the mode. I have defined just one APPMODE, SINGLE_PLAYER, to enable the system start. The start of the OS is performed using the API call StartOS(), which is described in more detail in Chapter 2. Because the OSEK/VDX OS is capable of being started and stopped without a reset, this interface is enclosed in a while(1) loop, which can be expanded in the future to include more processing outside of the OS execution.

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