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...
Introduced optional CH_CFG_ST_TIMEDELTA definition per module.If no value is specified by the module, a conservative fallback of 1000µs is set.
Enhanced the shell so that CTRL + arrow key will jump wordwise through the current input
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.
removed some redundant GCC optimization parameters
modified some Makefiles to properly use the BUILDDIR variable
Default shell configurations have been changed:Now the input line buffer can hold 128 characters (up from 64) and there can be up to 16 arguments per line (up from 4)
Changed the AMiRo-OS version back to 2.0.1 (from 2.1.0).This was done, because an increment in the minor version implies an API change, which is not present yet.
Enhanced the Makefiles to consistently use the BUIDDIR variable.
updated all aosconf.h files to AMiRo-OS 2.1
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.
All preprocessor directives without arguments (e.g. #endif) are now followed by a comment, indicating where it belongs to (e.g. the preceding #if).
Reordered some configuration files.The BOARD_VERSION macro has been removed. Instead the version is now encoded in the other BOARD_XXX macros.
Applied AMiRo-OS header to sime files, which still held the ChibiOS header.
NUCLEO-L476RH: fixed I2C initialization for MPU6050 unit test
Updated AMiRo-LLD and adapted the MPU6050 unit test accordingly.NOTE: Unfortunately, the unit test fails =(
Enhanced the periphAL debug implementation to apply to tze new AMiRo-OS debug API
set the C standard to C17 (ISO), although this does not make any difference according to GCC documentation
Introduced the CORTEX_ENABLE_WFI_IDLE flag in all chconf.h files, so the MCUs will enter sleep mode whenever the system is idle.
Renamed two modules:- STM32L476RG-NUCLEO64 > NUCLEO-L476RG STM32F4Discovery -> STM32F407G-DISC1