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|nilsen elektronikk as offers a free compact modular real-time kernel, optimal for embedded systems. Available with full documentation and source code, the real-time kernel proc is a professional component for building complex software for embedded systems and PC. The first proc version was available in 1986.||proc real-time kernel is a library of functions you can link to your application program. proc is fast, compact and modular. Since proc is available for DOS as well, much of the development and debug work can be done on a PC. Combined with NMX Message Exchange, a distributed Real-Time system can easily be made.|
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Target: 68HC11 using IAR C compiler
NMX Message Exchange
The Message Router is a supplement module and integrates smoothly with proc.
message exchange provides an effective, flexible,
convenient and robust way to pass messages between
processes. Much like telephone subscribers, different
processes can connect to an exchange. There is one
exchange per physical processor.
Exchanges can be connected in a network, but the concept is also attractive in systems with one processor, as the message passing system becomes very convenient and elegant.
In the local domain, i.e. within an exchange, messages are passed by pointers. This gives high throughput.
The figure shows an example configuration: