Fixed a compatibility issue introduced by the recent modifications to the Makefiles
Makefiles revisedAMiRo-LLD updated
Massive overhaul:- updated to a new version of AMiRo-LLD- tests (formerly unit tests) are now split onto multiple parts: - there are "global" tests for each driver etc. - there is an individual part for each module, e.g. if there are multiple instances of the same periphery...
removed some redundant GCC optimization parameters
Enhanced the Makefiles to consistently use the BUIDDIR variable.
Fixed recently broken Makefiles (sry!)
Slightly optimized all Makefiles
ChibiOS updated to version stable_19.1.x.NOTE: ChibiOS 19.1.x seems to contain some issues as of now.
set the C standard to C17 (ISO), although this does not make any difference according to GCC documentation
Makefiles slightly enhanced
All board.mk files have been integrated into the module Makefiles.
Added C++ system calls to the build toolchain in order to make AMiRo-OS fully compatible with C++ code.
updated all file headers to 2019
Removed modules/flash.mk since flashing procedures highly depend on hardware.
Added ChibiOS license handling to the makefiles.
removed ChibiOS dependencies from build-tree: C++ wrappers and shell
Removed the extension of the optional BUILDDIR variable in the module makefiles.
Some minor fixes and enhancements.Most importantly, the expected jitter (CH_CFG_ST_TIMEDELTA) was increased form 20 to 50us.
All contents of the os/ folder has been moved one directory up.
Reworked linker scripts.the os/hal/ directory was removed completely.Each module now has its own linker script, which again includes the fundamental liner scripts within ChibiOS.All makefiles have been adapted accordingly.
Updated Chibi-OS to version 18.2 and adapted AMiRo-OS accordingly: - Switched to new time conversion macros - Use PAL for interrupts instead of the EXT Driver - Use new kernel tests
modified all relevant makefiles to adopt the new file structure
moved the /os/modles directory to /modules