How To Run
The public test drive allows you to profile small C, C++, and Fortran programs using a single TOMI Celeste core and single bank from a 4G DRAM 64Mbyte).
Passwords for multicore runs and hpc with mpi can be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (214) 919-7055.
Compiler Environment and Limitations
The TOMI Test Drive compiler is gcc 4.6.1 supporting c, c++, Fortran with their
corresponding language libraries.
The runtime environment is based on newlib (newlib 1.19.0): http://sourceware.org/newlib.
The implementation provides standard C and math functions. Basic system calls supporting IO are proxied to the host OS so files can be read or written.
Other system calls requiring a real OS (mmap, signals, timers,...) are not supported.
Statistics are returned in standard cGen format. Click sample_stats.txt for an example of execution statistics.
Click test.c to download a minimal C file. At "Select the Source File" below submit the downloaded file to run the Celeste Test Drive and see execution statics.