From the README ...
This is an alternative (and non-official) epiphany SDK for the parallella platform.
Rather than try to shoe-horn in pre-linked binaries designed for a demand-paged system it re-visits a paradigm from pre-history and uses a run-time linker-loader which relocates the binaries to fit whatever memory resources are available. Inspiration was from AmigaOS.
See the README and RELEASE-NOTES from the distribution for further details.
The 0.x series is experimental and may change from release to release. On-going work is on an ad-hoc basis.
The C portion of the on-core and host library is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License version 3 (or later).
All .java source code and all source in samples/ is covered by the GNU General Public License version 3 (or later).
... unless otherwise marked.
Note that the distinction for the former may not be that useful because much of the on-core library is included as in-line code in the header file.
27/11/2014: Long overdue work checkpoint.
Apart from some cleanup of the directory structure this is mostly a number of experiments with software (3D) rendering. These were stalled months ago but some recent correspondance prompted this update.
5/7/2014: Ongoing work checkpoint.
From the RELEASE-NOTES:
0.3 was a broken release.
3/6/2014: Ongoing work checkpoint.
Bunch of bugfixes, tweaks, consistency improvements, and enhancements.
Of primary note is the Java bindings (and a JavaFX mandelbrot demo), memory allocator for shared memory, and improvements to the port primitive.
28/5/2014: Initial checkpoint release.
This has taken the elf-loader code and added the host side code of the adapteva sdk libraries, a host and core library framework, and some samples and tests.
A bunch of significant features are included such as software barriers and a working printf statement with low on-core memory requirements.
notzed on various mail servers, primarily gmail.com. On the parallella forums.