The Eclipse Phizog project goal is to provide the reference implementation based on the Object Management Oriented Data Distribution Service (OMG DDS) for the FACE-TSS. The DDS infrastructure of choice will be Eclipse Cyclone DDS as a consequence the project will provide a full solution for companies looking for a FACE-TSS conformant implementation that is completely open and developed under the clear governance of an Open Source Ecosytem such as Eclipse.
The tangible products produced by OpenHW Group CORE-V Cores includes:
- Complete documentation: micro-architecture and a user manual.
- Implementation: RTL model and synthesis scripts for both ASIC and FPGA implementations.
- Verification: both dynamic (simulation) and static (formal) verification environments.
Model-View-Controller, or MVC for short, is a common pattern in Web frameworks where it is used predominantly to build HTML applications. The model refers to the application’s data, the view to the application’s data presentation and the controller to the part of the system responsible for managing input, updating models and producing output.
AsciiDoc is a comprehensive, semantic markup language for producing a variety of presentation-rich output formats from content encoded in a concise, human-readable, plain text format. It also includes a set of APIs for transforming the encoded content, extending the syntax/grammar and processor lifecycle, and integrating with tools and publishing platforms. Teams and individuals use AsciiDoc to write product documentation, technical specifications, architectural guides, scientific and analytical reports, academic courses and training materials, books, and other technical communication.
Eclipse ADORe core components are:
This project will be the collection of all core modules that are implemented within the scope of openKONSEQUENZ.
A core module in our definition is not directly affected by users, in contrast to user modules, but is related by the user modules in the background.
Eclipse zenoh provides is a stack designed to (1) minimize network overhead, (2) support extremely constrained devices, (3) supports devices with low duty-cycle by allowing the negotiation of data exchange modes and schedules, (4) provide a rich set of abstraction for distributing, querying and storing data along the entire system, and (5) provide extremely low latency and high throughput.
The artefacts produced by the European Central Bank's BIRD project are free and openly available and provided as a public good.
The BIRD project is described at https://www.ecb.europa.eu/stats/ecb_statistics/co-operation_and_standard... , a useful short video overview of the BIRD project is available at https://youtu.be/CUreE2REzvA
LemMinX provides an implementation of the LSP for XML, written in Java, and based on the Eclipse LSP4J framework.
It implements most of the language server protocol features to provide XML editing support while also exposing extension points for 3rd party adopters to provide custom features via a plugin system.
Open VSX Registry is a vendor-neutral open-source alternative to the Visual Studio Marketplace. It provides a server application that manages VS Code extensions in a database, a web application similar to the VS Marketplace, and a command-line tool for publishing extensions. A public instance of the Registry is hosted by Eclipse (TBD), but more instances can be freely deployed in public or private places.