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V.5.4.0 Posting

Posted by John W. on July 8, 2009
Hello All,

I am sure Richard will fill us in soon - v.5.4.0 is post(ing)(ed) - my SVN is still updating.

Regards,
John

RE: V.5.4.0 Posting

Posted by Richard on July 8, 2009
Hi John,

V5.4.0 is not going to be released as a .zip file. I released it in SVN to meet a customer time scale, and users should be aware that the LPC1768 demos are not in a consistent state.

The change log, which I have also not published yet (it will get published when the next .zip file is released) looks like this:

Changes between V5.3.1 and V5.4.0 released July 7th 2009

+ Added Virtex5 / PPC440 port and demos.
+ Reworked byte alignment code to ensure 8 byte alignment works correctly.
+ Set configUSE_16_BIT_TICKS to 0 in the PPC405 demo projects.
+ Changed the initial stack setup for the PPC405 to ensure the small data
area pointers are setup correctly.


RE: V.5.4.0 Posting

Posted by John W. on July 9, 2009
Richard,

Do you mean the byte alignment code in the demo's or in the core?

Thanks,
John

RE: V.5.4.0 Posting

Posted by Richard on July 9, 2009
heap_1.c, heap_2.c and tasks.c all have minor modifications. Heap_1.c and heap_2.c allow the heap structs to be 8 byte aligned (4 was the max before). tasks.c ensures the top of stack is properly aligned when 8 byte alignment is used. These should not effect the MSP430 ports.

Regards.

RE: V.5.4.0 Posting

Posted by John W. on July 9, 2009
Thanks Richard,
John

RE: V.5.4.0 Posting

Posted by Richard on July 12, 2009
I am currently updating the repository again (?), this time with consistent LPC1768 demos. This will be released in a V5.4.0 .zip file after all.

Regards.


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