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authorSebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@embedded-brains.de>2019-01-23 10:40:40 +0100
committerSebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@embedded-brains.de>2019-01-24 07:31:25 +0100
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user: Spell out third-party
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@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ has to provide similar functionality to execute an embedded executable.
An RTEMS Source Builder (RSB) built RTEMS tool chain is used to create RTEMS
executables. The tool chain executable creates a fixed position statically
linked Extendable Loader Format (ELF) file that contains the RTEMS kernel,
-standard libraries, 3rd party libraries and application code. RTEMS executes in
+standard libraries, third-party libraries and application code. RTEMS executes in
a single address space which means it does not support the ``fork`` or ``exec``
system calls so statically linking all the code is the easiest and best way to
create an executable.
@@ -50,9 +50,9 @@ application. RTEMS conforms to a number of international standards such as
POSIX and can build and run portable code written in languages such as C, C++
and Ada.
-Applications are built from source into ELF object files, 3rd party packages
+Applications are built from source into ELF object files, third-party packages
can be built as libraries or they can be imported as source into an application
-code base. The application, 3rd party packages, RTEMS and standard libraries
+code base. The application, third-party packages, RTEMS and standard libraries
are linked to create the RTEMS executable. The executable is transferred to the
target and a bootloader loads it from the non-volatile storage into RAM or the
code is executed in place in the non-volatile storage. The target hardware
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ defines what happens.
Building an Application
-The standard and 3rd party libraries are a collection of object files built
+The standard and third-party libraries are a collection of object files built
using the same set of tools the application source is compiled with. The
package collects it's object files into an archive or library.