[En-Nut-Discussion] Merge of CortexM3 development back to the trunk

Ole Reinhardt ole.reinhardt at embedded-it.de
Mon Apr 16 21:38:37 CEST 2012

Hi Harald,

> So far the following problems appeared when building Nut/OS and the samples:
> * Cannot find linker script
> This problem seems to appear with all ARM targets while trying to build
> the sample apps. May be something is wrong with my configuration?

Sorry, I did not yet check the sample building. Will check this asap. I
changed the config scripts a little.

> * uint32_t undeclared in function Avr32InitClockTree
> Needs to be evaluated.

Ok. I did not have a AVR32 toolchain until now, but I'm installig it
right now :)

> * sig_2WIRE_SERIAL undeclared
> Appears when trying to build Nut/OS for the atmega103. Not really a big
> problem, I guess.

Ah ok, atmega103 is not AVR_EXTENDED, right? Will check this. I might
have missed this.

> * SSC0SPI_CS0_xxx not defined
> Appears when trying to build Nut/OS for the at91sam7se-ek. Looks to me
> that this problem exists in the trunk as well and that I'm the one who
> introduced this bug.

We did not change anything there.

> * nutpiper fails to build
> Again, seems to be a problem of the trunk as well.


> Considering the large number of changes, this is a surprisingly good
> result. Kudos to all, who worked on this branch.

I just did several build tests :) There have been much more problems.

I would really appreciate if someone could also do functional tests
beside the pure compile tests, as I might have broken some code,
especially the Ethernet drivers and TWI drivers.




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