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hooks.c 23.7 KB
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main.c 56.7 KB
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# Date Author Comment
3decc02a 2019-06-25 12:39 Thomas Schöpping

Fixed an issue where make -j (targets) would fail be preventing parallel execution.

fc7151bb 2019-03-14 14:32 Thomas Schöpping

Introduced new LightRing v1.2 module.
Version number has been rolled back to 1.1.3, since no new functionality has been introduced with the latest commits, but just new modules and some fixes.

f7d2c786 2019-03-08 11:00 Thomas Schöpping

Version increased to 1.2.x beta:
- Introduced module IDs for new AMiRo 1.2 modules.
- Introduced a new secondary wakeup reason (IMU) which is analogous to ACCEL.
- Setting a BOOT_COM_DEVICE_LEGACY_ID is now optional, since the ne wmodules will operate only with the new ID scheme....

53ce6fa2 2019-02-12 16:20 Thomas Schöpping

Version number incremented to 1.1.2

f3866909 2018-05-07 17:15 Thomas Schöpping Prepended the BL_ prefix to the SSSP_VERSION macros
  • SSSP_VERSION_MAJOR -> BL_SSP_VERSION_MAJOR
  • SSSP_VERSION_MINOR -> BL_SSP_VERSION_MINOR
0352f25e 2018-04-09 14:57 Thomas Schöpping

version number incremented for al modules to 1.1.1

31d314a9 2018-04-09 14:55 Thomas Schöpping

renamed the make projects to include the version of the modules.

2d379838 2018-04-09 14:55 Thomas Schöpping

Moved the helper.h/c files to the general Source folder.
The helper files take now advantage from the iodef.h files, making inline module checks unnecessary (removed according lines from the makefiles).

09ad5212 2018-04-09 14:52 Thomas Schöpping

moved the GPIO defines to an additional file iodef.h

d54d2f07 2018-03-16 11:43 Thomas Schöpping

Major overhaul (to version 1.1.0):
- The bootloader toolchain now works with 32 bit device IDs (DiWheelDrive 1.1 = 0x01000101; PowerManagement 1.1 = 0x01010101; LightRing 1.0 = 0x017F0100).
However, the system is still compatible to the old numbering scheme and legacy IDs for compatibility reasons....

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