wolfram at the-dreams.de
Wed Apr 27 18:06:32 UTC 2011
do the following assumptions and conclusions make sense?
- The Sciphone G2 is intended as a platform where we want to run L1/2/3
natively on Linux (somewhen).
- Thus, from all the applications in osmocom-bb for the targets, we only
need the loader to get the first bootloader onto the system (in case
JTAG is not available or wanted)
- Being that different, it doesn't make sense to fit the
mediatek-platform into the existing makefile-templates which build all
applications for all boards.
I'd suggest to create a new top-level target "mtk" which only builds the
loaders for mediatek-phones. All unneeded applications and libraries are
skipped. A preview of a possible directory-structure to add mtk-support
could look like this then:
│ ├── mediatek
│ │ ├── exceptions_redirected.S
│ │ ├── exceptions_redirect.S
│ │ ├── handlers.S
│ │ ├── header.S
│ │ ├── macros.S
│ │ ├── ram.lds
│ │ ├── start.ram.S
│ │ ├── start.rom.S
│ │ └── uart.c
│ └── mt62xx
│ └── init.c
It can be cleaned up a bit once there is a working state. Of course, a
few modifications to makefiles are also needed. Note there is now a
seperate uart.c in the mediatek-folder.
Any objections? Anything I missed?
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