[U-Boot-Users] mx1ads port, cpu/arm920t rearrangement

Paul Ruhland pruhland at rochester.rr.com
Tue May 6 02:45:39 CEST 2003

I'm currently doing a port for the Motorola m9328mx1ads board.  It uses their 
mc9328mx1 (dragonball) system on a chip (soc) processor, with an arm920t 
core.  U-boot is up and running, flash, ethernet, serial all working.  Now 
trying to get a kernel to boot.

The current 'cpu/arm920t' processor specific directory is currently soc 
specific.  Files such as 'interrupts.c' (the timer stuff), 'speed.c', and 
'serial.c' are only for Samsung s3c2400x and s3c2410x socs.

Mayhap another directory structure at the 'cpu/arm920t' level is needed?  For 
instance soc directories such as 'soc-s3c2400', 'soc-mc9328mx1', etc.  
Perhaps just the names without the soc prefix.  Then name isn't is important.  
Or we could just #def the existing files, but that could get ugly quick as/if 
more socs are supported.

What is the opinion of those concerned regarding this?

Paul Ruhland

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