[PATCH v4 0/3] ARM: Initial support for Cortex-M3
u.kleine-koenig at pengutronix.de
Wed Apr 4 17:08:38 EDT 2012
I rebased the series to 3.4-rc1. Apart from the asm/system.h
disintegration this was trivial and git did it just right for me.
I dropped patch 3 (ARM: force branch instructions to use long distance
encoding) as I don't need that anymore for reasons I didn't try to find
out. With the rework of patch 1 (ARM: protect usage of cr_alignment by
#ifdef CONFIG_CPU_CP15 -> ARM: make cr_alignment read-only #ifndef
CONFIG_CPU_CP15) patch 2 isn't needed anymore, too.
The patches are available via git at
I also updated the efm32 branch in the same repository that additionally
contains support for Energymicro's efm32 processor. The patches in this
series were tested on such a machine.
As before interrupt support and Makefile/Kconfig glue are missing. The
former needs some more love as I think it should be possible to
support the Cortex M3's nvic using common/gic.c. I plan to address this
when this series made it into Linus' tree.
See the mails with the respective patches for some more details about
what changed compared to v3.
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