ROME Target Builder

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As you can see, these are real screenshots! the quality of the pictures might not be great, but it gives you an idea about what you can do with ROME.

This picture shows a typical setup for ROME development. You can see the case with an Algorithmics P4032 board, hosting a NEC vr4300 processor. This system is running a little test application showing 4 windows with spinning ROME balls (you can't see the spinning here, though)...

Here you can see the same system running a demo application that was used in a NEC research project. This ROME system was designed to forward an MPEG video stream and insert commercials at given times.

This is a prototype of a NEC WebPanel. The WebPanel is also a NEC vr4300 based system with a 800x600 TFT touchscreen. The application shown transforms the WebPad into an active picture frame, cycling through the pictures stored on a flash memory card.

This is a images/shot from a ROME application running on a Pentium PC. The applicatin runs in VGA mode (although it only displays text here) and can be used to configure a ROME system, not unlike it can be done with the ROME Target Builder (RTB).

ROME Target Builder (RTB)

Here you can see a screenshot of a working session with RTB. You can see the project window showing the project tree. The Module, Target and Message Set dialogs are shown, as well as the build configuration dialog which is located in the lower right corner. In the background you can see the gvim editor and a command shell.

This window shows the output that has been sent to the PC via the serial line when running the demo application with the 4 windows with the spinning ROME balls.

Send mail to Wolfgang Reißnegger (don't forget to remove -REMOVE-THIS- from address) if you want to contribute or if you have questions or comments about ROME.