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From: John Dallaway <>
To: rrichardson7 <>
Subject: Re: Submission Standards/Guidance
Date: Mon, 05 Sep 2005 10:01:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <00cd01c5b1cd$3c8c8020$6ccae144@EngAtPlayWS>


rrichardson7 wrote:

> While working with Hypercom, I'd had the pleasure of helping to 
> implement eCos onto power-Pc platform.
> Notable mods we'd made, but not published, were to the memory caching 
> macros (have an explanation for why the flush macros "did not seem to 
> work", and a variation of the dlmalloc that allowed us to track 
> instances of dynamic memory loss/corruption). Those solutions were 
> internally focused - ie. not made for general consumption, which is why 
> I gather that they were not published.
> Since that company has recently decided to "go in a different 
> direction", I'm no longer restricted from making such changes suitable 
> for general consumption.  What are the guide lines for doing so?

Thank you for your interest in contributing your work. The procedure is 
described here:

John Dallaway

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2005-09-05  3:53 rrichardson7
2005-09-05 10:01 ` John Dallaway [this message]

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