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a Cross Development Platform for Java

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 ====== deep ====== ====== deep ======
        
-deep is a Cross Development Platform for Java developed at the [[http://inf.ntb.ch | NTB]]. It consists of the following modules:+<WRAP group> 
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 +deep is a Cross Development Platform for Java developed at the [[https://www.ost.ch/de/forschung-und-dienstleistungen/technik/systemtechnik/inf/ | INF Institut für Ingenieurinformatik]] of the [[https://www.ost.ch/en/|Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences]]. It consists of the following modules:
  
   * Crosscompiler (to translate Java bytecode into machine code, "Java on the metal")   * Crosscompiler (to translate Java bytecode into machine code, "Java on the metal")
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 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
-deep has a modular design and can be integrated into different development frameworks. Currently deep can be run standalone or can be used in eclipse as a plugin. deep produces code for PowerPC processors. We support hardware plattforms with the mpc555 and mpc5200 processors. +deep has a modular design and can be integrated into different development frameworks. Currently deep can be run standalone or can be used in eclipse as a plugin. deep produces code for PowerPC and ARM processors. We support hardware plattforms with the mpc555mpc5200, iMX6, and Zynq7000 processors. 
  
 ==== Translation of bytecode into machine code ==== ==== Translation of bytecode into machine code ====
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   * debugger   * debugger
  
-==== Different Microarchitectures ==== +==== Supported Microarchitectures ==== 
-Deep supports the PowerPC and the ARMv7 microarchitectures+Deep currently supports the PowerPC and the ARMv7 microarchitectures.
-The integration of the ARM microarchitecture is still in progress. +
-To distinguish the different architectures in this document, ARM specific information is marked blue and information for the PowerPC architecture is marked orange.+
  
  
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-==== News ====+==== Open-Source ==== 
 +deep is open-source and hosted on [[http://github.com/deepjava]]
  
-<box right 100% | 2017.11.06: New Task View in Eclipse> +----
-A new view allows for displaying information about running tasks.</box>+
  
-<box right 100% | 2017.10.20: First Version of Codegenerator for ARM> +==== News ====
-deep can emit ARM instructions (with reduced scope).</box>+
  
-<box right 100% | 2015.12.17Version 1.3.2 released+<box right 100% | 2021.12.23MicroZed boot from SD card
-Version 1.3.2 of deep is now available with an improved RN131 driver for the MPC555.</box>+Booting from SD card is now supported.</box>
  
-<box right 100% | 2015.11.05Version 1.3.1 released+<box right 100% | 2020.9.15MicroZed board support
-Version 1.3.1 of deep is now released. It comes with an improved runtime-library and supports now libusbx to download to the MPC555 over USB3.0 ports.</box>+The ARM based Zybo and MicroZed boards are now fully supported.</box>
  
-<box right 100% | 2015.05.20: Version 1.2.released> +<box right 100% | 2019.4.16: Version 1.5.released> 
-Version 1.2.of deep is now available with improved Javadoc in our runtime-library and bugfixes in some drivers.+Version 1.5.of deep is now available with support for TOF sensors and support for unsafe classes on PPC and ARM platform.
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 +<box right 100% | 2019.2.1: New debugging format>
 +DWARF inserted in ELF-file allows debugging with gdb.</box>
  
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