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[Bug 1001186] Introduce Cortex-M4 to the Cortex-M architecture
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- Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 16:42:31 +0100
- Subject: [Bug 1001186] Introduce Cortex-M4 to the Cortex-M architecture
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--- Comment #4 from Sergei Gavrikov <email@example.com> 2011-04-06 16:42:30 BST ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> The M4 stuff looks OK to me.
> However, I am not sure that we need the M0 option.
> Adding M0 to the list would raise entirely false expectations that this
> processor type was supported. In fact, I would prefer to remove M1, since
> these parts have the same problems.
> We would have to do quite a lot of work to support M0/1. Given that these
> parts are targeted at very low resource systems, I doubt that there will
> ever be much demand for eCos on these.
Nick, thank you for your expert look and explanation. So then, should I
reject the M0 (and M1?) mentions from the cortexm config file?
Ilija, do you have M0-claim for your present ports? If you have not,
I'll fix the patch too.
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