I'm looking for an Open Source implementation of ITRON (V4 if possible) for the AVR.
Lately I've been working on some projects that require a proper embedded OS, and here in Japan that OS is TRON based (namely ITRON or a sub type of ITRON such as uITRON). So now I have a lot of code written for ITRON, which means it only takes a few minor changes to port to a different model or architecture.
That's great, and I'm currently loving ITRON now as a "professional" far more than I did when I only touched the surface of it as a student. The fact that I can write three different pieces of software, two of which managing RS-232 connections and the other being an embedded network server passing data to an Ethernet connection, an run them simultaneously or at will on an 8-Bit micro controller (H8/32069f) is fantastic. Certainly this is something I did not think possible until I actually made it and have two running units sitting next to me. But I don't want to just run it on H8s or SuperHs or lower power ARM devices, I'd like to be able to port and run these applications on AVR. I have no interest in the down sides of running an embedded OS, and I understand I can perform the same functions without one, but there is a certain practicality and necessity to ITRON that I'd really like to test drive on an AVR. Please, anyone know of an ITRON OS for AVR?