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As promised here is some more info on QP running on WEC2013.
I published all the source code including two of the classic state machine examples: The “blinky” example
and the “Dining Philosopher Problem” on the Codeplex site.
The following are the graphical models of the state machine constructed for the examples with the QM tool.
After creating the model you can press the “generate code” button to get the C/C++ output files which can then be compiled with
See my BSP project site for WEC2013 demo image and SDK which are also needed if you plan on deploying to the BeagleBone Black target. (Note: the examples also run the PC and the VS solution targets both platforms.)
I was able to compile the QP framework and have it run on a Windows Embedded Compact 2013 ARM device (i.e. the Beaglebone). For those not familiar with this framework I invite you to look at the following website http://www.state-machine.com/
In a nutshell QP is a great framework for event-driven application development based on Hierarchical State Machine (HMS) model. While this framework has great utility mostly on “bare-metal” single-chip microcontrollers it can be applied (and works very well thank you) on OS based and PC processors.
There is also a nice PC based modeling tool (QM) that allows you to graphically construct your state charts and generate C/C++ code from such.
QP was actually named one of 2015’s Top Innovative Products by Embedded Computing Design.
Source code and more on this topic coming soon.
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