> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Philippe Gerum [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Envoyé : jeudi, 11. mai 2006 15:50
> À : ROSSIER Daniel
> Cc : xenomai-core@gna.org
> Objet : Re: [Xenomai-core] Xenomai on Freescale i.MX21 (ARM926J)
> Hi,
> I recently worked on the integration of the i.MX21 support into the
> Adeos codebase. The basic idea is to reduce the amount of
> platform-specific code in your original patch, so that changes happening
> in the generic Adeos core will be immediately available to the Freescale
> platform too. Since the core i.MX21 support is not mainline yet AFAICS,
> we will have to deal with three patches instead of one, all to be
> applied against 2.6.14 vanilla, in this order:
> - The patch called patch-linux-2.6.14.imx21_1.0.0 you posted to this
> list, providing the i.MX21 core bits for the Linux kernel.
> - the vanilla Adeos patch for 2.6.14 over ARM [1]
> - the attached patch completing the i.MX21 support for Adeos.

Great. I guess it's the best way to do before Microcross publishes everything 
in the main line.

> What remains:
> - the "idle=poll" bootparam, for using a busy loop in the idle task,
> instead of the default idle method.
> - some cleanups in a few areas of the 3rd patch, which still emits
> various warnings (gcc 3.4.1). Some of them may not be that innocuous, so
> they deserves to be fixed, I think.

Ok. We will work on these two points and provide you with a new patch.

> When time allows, I'd like you try rebuilding a complete kernel using
> the patch list above, and let me know if your i.MX21 board still runs
> with it. From that point, we should be able to refine the Adeos support
> for this platform, enough to bundle it with Xeno.
> [1]
> http://download.gna.org/adeos/patches/v2.6/arm/adeos-ipipe-2.6.14-arm-1.3-
> 02.patch
> --
> Philippe.

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