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Embedded Software Development with eCos™ by Anthony J. Massa

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8.11. Summary

In this chapter, we took a brief look at some of the additional features provided in the eCos system and by third-party contributors that can be included within an application. These additional features extend eCos' core functionality, allowing eCos to meet the requirements of a wider range of embedded systems. Now that you are aware of these features, with some additional investigation they can quickly be incorporated into your system.

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