[fpc-devel] Arm Thumb2 - Stellaris status

David Welch dwelch at dwelch.com
Sat Aug 20 18:06:55 CEST 2011

I am rapidly seeing the problem, the linker script is hardcoded both by 
family (ARM as a whole) and by target.  So for example if you wanted a 
ram-only ARM generic target, you are in trouble, or if you wanted a 
flash/ram target arm generic target you are in trouble.  You have to 
override the compiled in maps.  Once you get target specific compiled in 
memory maps then the compiled in register addresses make sense.  At that 
point do the libraries, pll init, timers, etc make sense?


On 08/20/2011 11:57 AM, DaWorm wrote:
> I'm not sure how FPC should handle the peripherals, but I don't think it
> should be at the compiler level.  Even if the part I'm using has, for
> instance, an ADC, if I'm not using it I do not want support for it built
> in to my app.  With what I use currently (IAR C) I uncomment a #define
> for each peripheral I want to add support for.  I'm sure something
> similar can be done for FPC at the unit level.
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