[fpc-devel] Does mipsel-embedded build?

Michael Ring mail at michael-ring.org
Sun Sep 30 19:48:06 CEST 2018

Hi Florian!

I have already reduced size to the same size to the size as on other 
platforms, so a lot less space will be used. Please give me a little 
time to cleanup my patches...

On providing headers seperate, a loooonnnnnngggggg time ago Jeppe 
created a (close to genious) patch that allowed to use a configuration 
file to inject embedded controllers at runtime, but this never was 
implemented in trunk.

I have tons of .pas files for embedded controllers (complete STM Line, 
now also complete SAMC/SAMD line of controllers and PIC32) that I can 
all provide as a patch but this increases the emedded directory a lot 
and 95% of all headers will most likely never get used. Having the 
mechanism that Jeppe once developed would allow people to install just 
the files they need, keeping the embedded directory clean & lean.

Perhaps this is something to implement in the future, what do you think?

FYI, here are the current patches for SAMCD+STM32 family:



Am 30.09.18 um 19:34 schrieb Florian Klämpfl:
> Am 30.09.2018 um 19:33 schrieb Michael Ring:
>> Unfortunately a few files are missing in trunk, however I can provide patches to you to make things work, if you are in
>> hurry then please send me an e-mail.
>> I am currently working together with Alfred Glänzer (who does fpcupdeluxe) to integrate his port for Microchip SAMC/D
>> controllers in my small framework for embedded controllers, next step after this is done will be to also better support
>> PIC32 chips, so if you have a little time you will be able to use working support for PIC32 via fpcup deluxe.
>> I can also provide the missing parts to the core defs to include those parts in trunk fpc if they are willing to do so.
> Of course, the only problem we need to handle are the huge controller specific files. But maybe those can be keep separate.
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