[En-Nut-Discussion] Which is the latest greatest branch

Ole Reinhardt ole.reinhardt at embedded-it.de
Thu Aug 23 12:58:15 CEST 2012

Hi Harald,

> I contributed almost nothing to the cm3 port, so it's not my decision.
> But it's my strong opinion, that using

I'm quite passionless with the naming of directories and your arguments
convinced me :)

>  arch/arm_v4 for arm7tdmi
>  arch/arm_v5 for arm9e
>  arch/arm_v7 for arm-cortex-m3 and arm-cortex-m4

Fine with me. 


for items common to all ARMs and


for items common to all ARM-Cortex.

Yes, that's fine. We have saveral drivers which are used for arm7tdmi
and arm9 as well (most AT91 drivers) These should share a common
directory. As we yet have it.

If not objections from other developers, I think we should change it.

I would like to suggest another move of files:

What about moving


to nut/arch/avr/include

(same for all other architectures as well)

If it is possible in Windows we could then let the the configurator
create a link from

nut/arch/avr/include    ==> nut/include/arch

This way the architecture specific files are located under only one
sub-directory, which would make it much faster to search in the files
from within an editor.

I know this is just cosmetic, but I would appreciate to have the files
located more closely to each other.




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