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Re: Updated version of the STM32 USB driver.
- From: GaurangT <gtamakuwala at intriguetechsolutions dot com>
- To: ecos-devel at ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 03:59:55 -0700 (PDT)
- Subject: Re: Updated version of the STM32 USB driver.
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I tried your latest STM32 driver and was successfully add USB
slave-side serial drivers package.
when I select enable control the endpoint 0 and enable all usb slave serial
support in configtool.
What is defined data structure in USB IN and OUT endpoint structure in stm32
If I mention default data structure,I got compile error (like undefined
reference to usbs_at91_ep1 and usbs_at91_ep2) in usb2serial test program.
Chris Holgate wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have just uploaded a new version of the STM32 USB driver here:
> Changes from the last code drop are as follows:
> 1) Driver compilation is now switched on and off in CDL using the
> 'enable endpoiont 0' option.
> 2) Disabling devtab support is now a CDL constraint on using the driver.
> 3) CDL endpoint interfaces are now implemented so that the
> CYGHWR_IO_USB_SLAVE_OUT_ENDPOINTS and CYGHWR_IO_USB_SLAVE_IN_ENDPOINTS
> values are set correctly. This should allow the serial slave class
> driver to configure correctly, but it will still need patching to cope
> with dynamic endpoints.
> 4) USB support is now added directly into the existing target. See the
> following post for how to safely remove it:
> 5) Implemented the last functional TODO's in the source code. Anything
> now marked as a TODO is a feature that it would be nice to have, but
> which is not essential to normal operation.
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