Ticker problem on ppc405 - FIXED

Joel Sherrill <joel@OARcorp.com> joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Wed Oct 20 17:58:14 UTC 2004

Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-10-20 at 18:32, Smith, Gene wrote:
>>Ralf Corsepius wrote, On 10/20/2004 10:49 AM:
>><big snip>
>>>>Just add
>>>>#define <bsp.h>
>>>Yes, cf. PR 696
>>How do you get a uid/pw to enter bugs or comments here?
>>(guest seems to work for read-only)
> guest/guest should at least be able to create PRs and probably to append
> to PRs. If not, something is broken.

Guest and read and create.

FWIW I emailed the person who did the gcc gnats->bugzilla conversion
to see what needs to be done.  Bugzilla is more open about the whole
process and seems to be the preferred solution these days.

>>>>>To let bspopts.h contain it, you have to add the corresponding
>>>>>configure-script magic to your BSP's configure.ac
>>>>>(cf. c/src/lib/libbsp/powerpc/helas403/configure.ac) and then to run
>>>>configure.ac here already contains line:
>>>>Is this the "magic" for defining it to 1?
>>>Not quite, it is the magic to let it default to 1.
>>>You can override it when invoking the configure script via an
>>>environment variable.
>>So if I want PPC_USE_SPRG to zero in bspopts.h I could do something like:
>>$ export PPC_USE_SPRG=0
>>$ ../configure ......
>>$ make all
>>		?
> Yes, this is one possibility. A better possibility would be to
> configure --rtemsbsp=<one single BSP> PPC_USE_SPRG=0 [more options]
> However, you mentioned your BSP to be a merger of several other BSPs.
> So, the easiest way for you would be to implement a BSP of your own and
> change the default there.
> [Check other powerpc BSPs' configure.ac's. Several let PPC_USE_SPRG
> default to 0]
> Ralf

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