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zetalog
PostPosted: Jan 12, 2012 - 10:00 AM
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Someone here may raise intrests on this project:

http://sdfirm.sourceforge.net

which includes an AVR 8-bit firmware platform that is very different from the AVR-libc.

It's more like uboot/linux and other system projects. Hardware specific implementations are not bound in the libc. C library would not be linked into it at all. Hope this could be a better software architecture choice for AVR guys.
 
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sambrown
PostPosted: Jan 12, 2012 - 06:16 PM
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Sounds intersting!

There did exsist an avr(32) port for U-Boot, that didn't make it into the main branch at denx.

I did spend some time on getting it run on UC3 (made it compile) but I stopped when I ran into too many problems.

sdfirm seems not to support an avr32 port, too - am I wrong? But it would really be useful to have such a tool available.

Maybe Atmel could think about to bring more useful thirdparty software into the asf. A standard bootloader would be great.

-sb
 
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