aosSysGetStdIntCallback() function renamed to aosSysGetStdExtiCallback()
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...
The TLC5947 unit test will now always take the same time, regardless the number of LEDs.Added the LIGHT_XLAT signal to LightRing v1.0 and v1.2 modules.
Updated to AMiRo-LLD 1.1:- Implementation of periphAL has been modified accordingly.- GPIOs are not encoded as port/pad tuple, but as lines- Some unittests have been updated due to driver changes.
All preprocessor directives without arguments (e.g. #endif) are now followed by a comment, indicating where it belongs to (e.g. the preceding #if).
updated AMiRo-LLD and applied all required changes to AMiRo-OS and all modules.
Enhanced and fixed several module specific files.
Changed all header guards so they will not use unserscores as pre- and postfix.
Optimized the #include tree
Enhanced the AMiRo-OS configuration: When AMIROOS_CFG_TESTS_ENABLE is set, the shell is enabled implicitely by AMiRo-OS.Before, this logic was handled in the aosconf.h file.
Introduced a macro AOS_IOEVENT_FLAG() in aos_types.h.This macro acts similar to EVENT_MASK() and should help to simplify development.The new macro was applied to existing code wherever possible.
updated all file headers to 2019
Minor optimizations regarding memory utilization.
removed the UWB module specific code from the LightRing
add dw1000 unittest
Merge branch 'master' of http://openresearch.cit-ec.de/git/amiro-os.amiro-os
Reintroduced ChibiOS patch for non-DMA I2C access.Old patch could not be applied to latest version of ChibiOS anymore.
Doxygen file documentation and modules.
Major rework of the recent changes.- optimized interrupt system (removed aos_interrupt.h/c)- updated AMiRo-LLD submodule- updated all config files to match the latest templates by ChibiOS- fixed several issues regarding the new timer system (intervals)
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
RTC date/time is now synchronized on startup from the SSSP master module.Further changes: - several enhancements to the newly introduced module stack initialization procedure - several minor enhancements to core functionality
Introduced SSSP stage 3 of the startup phase (module stack initialization).
Several enhancements to memory structure, naming and code quality.AMiRo-OS is now prepared so the SSSP startup stage 3 (module stack initialization can be implemented).
Introduced the capability to set and get a date&time value via the shell.
moved the /os/modles directory to /modules