[En-Nut-Discussion] Macro definitions for Ethernet 1.3 Rev G
rodrigue.roland at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 14:38:48 CET 2007
Thank you very much for your link! It's very interesting...
After compilation of Nut/OS and Nut/Net for Ethernet 1.3RevG, I noticed that
LANC111_SIGNAL_IRQ was defined in nutbld/include/cfg/arch/avrpio.h:
#define LANC111_SIGNAL_IRQ INT5
Is it a "bug"? This macro is not a mandatory for Ethernet 1.3RevG.
Harald Kipp wrote:
> Rodrigue schrieb:
>> How to know which macro definitions have been declared for an Ethernut
>> Rev G board? By example, I know that __MCU_enhanced and __HARVARD_ARCH__
>> have been declared. I opened into ethernut13g.conf and NutConf.mk files
>> I'm not sure what I have to look for... It's very important for my
>> because I could exclude some part of useless code.
> All board specific macros are found in the header files in include/cfg
> in the build tree. Additional board specific command line options for
> the compiler/linker are in NutConf.mk in the build tree. Also see
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