[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut on TI's Cortex-M3 (Stellaris LM3S...)
bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
Thu Oct 11 16:49:38 CEST 2012
>>>>> "Philipp" == Philipp Burch <phip at hb9etc.ch> writes:
Philipp> Hi Uwe, Ole, On 10/09/2012 02:29 PM, Uwe Bonnes wrote:
>>>>>>> "Philipp" == Philipp Burch <phip at hb9etc.ch> writes:
Philipp> I've now started to update the directory structure and the
Philipp> headers. Please find attached the Git bundle containing the
Philipp> changesets which I've made so far.
>> There was nothing attached to the mail on the list. Perhaps send
>> private mail
Philipp> Indeed. I've uploaded the Git bundle and the complete diff from
Philipp> Subversion revision r4719 here:
I learn something new every day. "Git bundle" is something I didn't know
about and which seems usefull. However what I found (or understood) about "git
bundle" on the net didn't work out. I tried e.g.
> git clone repo.bundle -b master repo
> git pull ethernut_lm3s9b96_initial.bundle
nut nothing worked out successfull.
Could you give me a head start?
Looking at http://hb9etc.ch/ethernut/ethernut_lm3s9b96_r4719.patch you seem
to use very part specific defined, like (MCU_LM3S9B96). I didn't find any
broschure on the TI website that defines classes of LM stellaris parts. But
if such classes exist in a sensible way, perhaps try to be less
specific. Anybody adding other parts in the same class will have a head
start, as has somebody e.g. adding the LM4F class and parts e.g. for the 5
Euro new Launchpad.
Uwe Bonnes bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
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