SCONF is a new graphical tool that can be used to configure SCIOPTA systems. All systems settings for specific targets such as CPU, Compiler, memory definitions, timer setup and all static modules, processes and message pools can be configured in an easy and straight-forward way.
SCONF automatically generates three source files containing the configurable part of the kernel. These files will be included in the SCIOPTA build process. The configuration settings are stored in an external XML file.
SCIOPTA sconf.exe Configuration Tool
The kernel of a SCIOPTA system needs to be configured before you can generated the whole system. In the SCIOPTA configuration utility SCONF (sconf.exe) you will define the parameters for SCIOPTA systems such as name of systems, static modules, processes and pools etc.
The SCONF program is a graphical tool which will save all settings in an external XML file. If the setting are satisfactory for your system SCONF will generate three source files containing the configurable part of the kernel. These files must be included when the SCIOPTA system is generated.
A SCIOPTA project can contain different SCIOPTA Systems which can also be in different CPUs. For each SCIOPTA System defined in SCONF a set of source files will be generated.