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  1. eactor

    QuickThreads for ARM

    Hello as apfitch did on his blog Half Fact http://apfitch.wordpress.com/2012/08/30/systemc-on-a-raspberry-pi/, I tried SystemC on an ARM platform. It works reasonably based on pthreads making it somewhat slow. So I thought about porting the QT (QuickThreads) for ARM? 1- Did anybody do that before? I already read the original Technical Report of 93-05-06 of David Keppel describing QT and had a look into the QT source folder. Now I’m kind of stuck where to start at. It seems relevant to know the ABI (Application Binary Interface) of the target. 2-Would that be depended on which Linux Kernel is running on the target or maybe if the ARM platform is armv7 or armv6 based? 3- I’m also happy about every hint which would get me started on the issue.
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