1. 16 Apr, 2014 2 commits
    • Andrew Scheller's avatar
      build directory can now be renamed · 70a7d7a9
      Andrew Scheller authored
      The autogenerated header files have been moved about, and an extra
      include dir has been added, which means you can give a custom
      BUILD=newbuilddir option to make, and everything "just works"
      Also tidied up the way the different Makefiles build their include-
      directory flags
    • Andrew Scheller's avatar
      Auto-generate the stmhal/pybcdc_inf header file from static files · 1452221a
      Andrew Scheller authored
      The USB VID&PID are automatically extracted from usbd_desc_cdc_msc.c
      and inserted into pybcdc_inf.template, ensuring that the same USB
      IDs get used everywhere
  2. 10 Apr, 2014 1 commit
    • Damien George's avatar
      stmhal: Add stm module, which contains some constants for the MCU. · 3f489845
      Damien George authored
      Also contains raw memory read/write functions, read8, read16, read32,
      write8, write16, write32.  Can now do:
      stm.write16(stm.GPIOA + stm.GPIO_BSRRL, 1 << 13)
      This turns on the red LED.
      With the new constant folding, the above constants for the GPIO address
      are actually compiled to constants (and the addition done) at compile
      time.  For viper code and inline assembler, this optimisation will make
      a big difference.  In the inline assembler, using these constants would
      not be possible without this constant folding.
  3. 07 Apr, 2014 1 commit
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  5. 30 Mar, 2014 2 commits
    • Damien George's avatar
      stmhal: Unify naming of HW config; make SD detect configurable. · 09d20778
      Damien George authored
      All board config macros now begin with MICROPY_HW_.
      Renamed PYBv10 to PYBV10, since macros should be all uppercase.
      Made SDCARD_DETECT configurable in mpconfigport.h, so that the SD
      detect pin can be easily configured.
    • Damien George's avatar
      stmhal: Implement selector for USB device mode; improve boot up. · 038df431
      Damien George authored
      Can now choose at boot up whether the USB device is CDC+MSC or CDC+HID.
      Choice is made by an option in boot.py, with default being CDC+MSC.
      HID+MSC is not currently supported, but should be easy to implement.
      Boot up now has ability to change the reset mode: hold down USR switch
      while booting and LEDs will count from 1 to 7 to indicate the boot mode.
      Release USR when correct mode is selected.  Current modes are 1 (normal
      boot), 2 (safe mode), 3 (reset FS mode).
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    • Dave Hylands's avatar
      Add pin mapping code. · 51dabac0
      Dave Hylands authored
      This commit also introduces board directories and moves board
      specific config into the appropriate board directory.
      boards/stm32f4xx-af.csv was extracted from the STM32F4xx datasheet
      and hand-tweaked.
      make-pins.py takes boards/stm32f4xx-af.csv, boards/stm32f4xx-prefix.c,
      and boards/BOARD-NAME/pins.csv as input and generates the file
      The generated pin file for PYBOARD4 looks like this:
      The generated pins file includes all of the supported alternate
      functions, and includes upsupported alternate functions as comments.
      See the commnet block at the top of stm/pin_map.c for details on
      how to use the pin mapper.
      I also went ahead and modified stm/gpio.c to use the pin mapper.