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= TASTE =
 
= TASTE =
Welcome to the [http://taste.tuxfamily.org/ TASTE] wiki! Please edit the wiki at your convenience.
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Welcome to the [https://taste.tools/ TASTE] wiki!  
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'''TASTE''' is a set of freely-available tools dedicated to the development of embedded, real-time systems. It is developed by the [https://esa.int/ European Space Agency] together with a set of partners from the space industry.
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'''TASTE''' promotes the combined use of '''formal description techniques''' (AADL, SDL, MSC, ASN.1) with strongly typed programming languages (Ada) and other system-level modelling tools (Simulink, VHDL) and coding languages (C, C++).
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The tools run on the '''Debian Linux''' operating system and are available in a pre-installed virtual machine.
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'''TASTE''' addresses system architecture, data and '''behavior modelling''' and allows to generate low-level code for micro-controllers and distributed, communicating systems. Various platform are supported : x86/Linux, Raspberry Pi, ESP430 with FreeRTOS, STM32 with the GNAT Runtime or FreeRTOS, Leon2/Leon3 with RTEMS, as well as targets including FPGA components. It is '''open''' and extensible.
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TASTE fields of research include '''simulation''', '''model checking''', software correctness by construction, documentation generation, and in general improvement of the software development lifecycle through '''automation'''.
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== TASTE Ecosystem, Overview and Screenshots ==
 
== TASTE Ecosystem, Overview and Screenshots ==
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* [[Virtual Machine]]
 
* [[Virtual Machine]]
 
* [[Manual installation on a native platform]]
 
* [[Manual installation on a native platform]]
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* [[Installation using a lxc container]]
  
 
== Documentation and presentations ==
 
== Documentation and presentations ==
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* [[Media]] and [[Publications related to TASTE]]
 
* [[Media]] and [[Publications related to TASTE]]
 
* [[Tools documentation]]
 
* [[Tools documentation]]
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* [[TASTE Semantics]]
 
* [[Technical topic: Advanced testing with MSC and Python scripts]]
 
* [[Technical topic: Advanced testing with MSC and Python scripts]]
 
* [[Technical topic: OpenGEODE, an SDL editor for TASTE]]
 
* [[Technical topic: OpenGEODE, an SDL editor for TASTE]]
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* Technical Topic : [[Detailed_SDL_tutorial]]
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* Technical Topic : [[MSC tutorial]]
 
* [[Technical topic: OpenGEODE - Design pattern: How to emulate the SAVE symbol]]
 
* [[Technical topic: OpenGEODE - Design pattern: How to emulate the SAVE symbol]]
 
* [[Technical topic: OpenGEODE - SDL Operators: How to work with data]]
 
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* [[Technical topic: Code Coverage]]
 
* [[Technical topic: Code Coverage]]
 
* [[Technical topic: Add a new target platform to TASTE]]
 
* [[Technical topic: Add a new target platform to TASTE]]
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* Technical topic: [[Kazoo]] templating engine
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* Technical topic: [[Port a legacy TASTE project to Kazoo]]
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* Technical topic: [[Understand the code generation strategy]]
 
* Technical topic: use the new qualifiable [[QGen]] code generator for Simulink with TASTE
 
* Technical topic: use the new qualifiable [[QGen]] code generator for Simulink with TASTE
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* [[Technical topic: TASTE on MSP430 with FreeRTOS]]
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* [[Technical topic: C++ Components and AIR IO Partitions]]
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* Technical topic: [[Import/Export of Components in TASTE]]
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* Technical topic: [[Customize auto-generated GUIs with custom widgets]]
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* Scheduling analysis with the [[TASTE CV Graphical Editor]]
 
* [[Work in progress: Integrating SDL and VDM]]
 
* [[Work in progress: Integrating SDL and VDM]]
  
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* [[tasted]] (TASTE daemon - deprecated)
 
* [[tasted]] (TASTE daemon - deprecated)
 
* [[Cross-development toolchains]]
 
* [[Cross-development toolchains]]
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* [[TASTE Graphical Editors]]
 
* [[TASTE GUI for Windows]] (experimental)
 
* [[TASTE GUI for Windows]] (experimental)
 
* [[Software requirements for TASTE GUI for Windows]] (experimental)
 
* [[Software requirements for TASTE GUI for Windows]] (experimental)
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* [[Create an installer for TASTE GUI for Windows]] (experimental)
 
* [[Create an installer for TASTE GUI for Windows]] (experimental)
 
* [[Create a binary file from the TASTE GUI for Windows sources for Linux]] (experimental)
 
* [[Create a binary file from the TASTE GUI for Windows sources for Linux]] (experimental)
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* [[How to make proper connections in CASE tools]]
  
 
* [[ESA Summer of Code in Space - Project ideas]]
 
* [[ESA Summer of Code in Space - Project ideas]]

Latest revision as of 08:47, 10 May 2021

TASTE

Welcome to the TASTE wiki!


TASTE is a set of freely-available tools dedicated to the development of embedded, real-time systems. It is developed by the European Space Agency together with a set of partners from the space industry.


TASTE promotes the combined use of formal description techniques (AADL, SDL, MSC, ASN.1) with strongly typed programming languages (Ada) and other system-level modelling tools (Simulink, VHDL) and coding languages (C, C++).


The tools run on the Debian Linux operating system and are available in a pre-installed virtual machine.


TASTE addresses system architecture, data and behavior modelling and allows to generate low-level code for micro-controllers and distributed, communicating systems. Various platform are supported : x86/Linux, Raspberry Pi, ESP430 with FreeRTOS, STM32 with the GNAT Runtime or FreeRTOS, Leon2/Leon3 with RTEMS, as well as targets including FPGA components. It is open and extensible.


TASTE fields of research include simulation, model checking, software correctness by construction, documentation generation, and in general improvement of the software development lifecycle through automation.


TASTE Ecosystem, Overview and Screenshots

Tool availability

Documentation and presentations

Management and release process

Support

Other information