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[Bug 1001814] Kinetis clock gating
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- To: unassigned at bugs dot ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Date: Sun, 07 Apr 2013 14:18:27 +0000
- Subject: [Bug 1001814] Kinetis clock gating
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- References: <bug-1001814-777 at http dot bugs dot ecos dot sourceware dot org/>
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--- Comment #23 from Ilija Kocho <email@example.com> ---
(In reply to comment #22)
> The buffer is not permanent. There are three buffers, and data is processed
> from SD, to B1, from B1 to B2, etc. To do it in chunks means the algorithm
> has to be aware of boundary conditions. So it has to be modified to align
> dynamically sized records with memory size and the state machine has to
> handle a stream of chunks rather than operate out of one big chunk. It is
> far more memory efficient to change the algorithm which needed to be changed
> anyway. It is more a matter of schedules than what is the right thing to do.
You may also consider eCos memory pools.
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