Changeset 6d3ab0f in rtems


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Timestamp:
Jan 10, 2000, 8:56:35 PM (20 years ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>
Branches:
4.10, 4.11, 4.8, 4.9, master
Children:
19642e2c
Parents:
119204d8
Message:

Added pc486 and pc586 as aliases of pc386 with proper cpu flags.

Files:
2 added
3 edited

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  • aclocal/bsp-alias.m4

    r119204d8 r6d3ab0f  
    1515    p4600)        $2=p4000            ;; # mips64orion - p4000 board w/IDT 4600
    1616    p4650)        $2=p4000            ;; # mips64orion - p4000 board w/IDT 4650
     17    pc486)        $2=pc386            ;; # i386 - PC with i486DX
     18    pc586)        $2=pc386            ;; # i386 - PC with Pentium
     19    pc686)        $2=pc386            ;; # i386 - PC with PentiumPro
    1720    *)            $2=$1;;
    1821  esac
  • aclocal/check-bsps.m4

    r119204d8 r6d3ab0f  
    2121        config*);;
    2222        # Now account for BSPs with build variants
    23         gen68360)      rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp gen68360 gen68360_040";;
    24         p4000)         rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp p4600 p4650";;
    25         mvme162)       rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp mvme162 mvme162lx";;
     23        gen68360)          rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp gen68360 gen68360_040";;
     24        p4000)             rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp p4600 p4650";;
     25        mvme162)           rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp mvme162 mvme162lx";;
     26        motorola_powerpc)  rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp mvme2307 mcp750";;
     27        pc386)             rtems_bsp="$rtems_bsp pc386 pc486 pc585 pc686";;
    2628        *) $1="[$]$1 $file";;
    2729      esac;
  • make/custom/pc386.cfg

    r119204d8 r6d3ab0f  
    88
    99RTEMS_CPU=i386
     10ifeq ($(RTEMS_CPU_MODEL),)
    1011RTEMS_CPU_MODEL=i386_fp
     12endif
    1113
    1214# This is the actual bsp directory used during the build process.
     
    1618#  and (hopefully) optimize for it.
    1719#
    18 CPU_CFLAGS =
     20# NOTE: CPU_CFLAGS is set by pc386 variants.
     21# CPU_CFLAGS =
    1922
    2023# optimize flag: typically -0, could use -O4 or -fast
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