[PATCH] Updating legacy code in arm nds
sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Mon Aug 19 11:51:07 UTC 2013
I tried to convert all ARM BSPs to the generic IRQ support some in 2010. The
not converted BSPs had some special stuff and I had no time to deal with this.
I also don't have the time for this now. I can help you with general ARM
questions, but I don't look into the details of a BSP/chip.
On 2013-08-18 16:42, Vipul Nayyar wrote:
> The recent patch for arm nds is not entirely error-free. Need some guidance to
> correct the work so far.
> In order to use the generic interrupt support, I've modified the existing
> assembly in libnds & I'm calling bsp_interrupt_dispatch from assembly after
> saving previous context. I'm experiencing an error of undefined reference to
> `bsp_interrupt_dispatch' in assembly. I'm unable to correct it.
> Is the above approach right ? If not, then without using assembly how can I
> save the previous values of registers during context switch in C ?
> Vipul Nayyar
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