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74 or1200.h includes a CLABLE macro which uses __USER_LABEL_PREFIX__(from compiler defined macro) to find out if we need the underscore as prefix to reference C functions (its assembly labels) or not.

except.S and reset.S use CLABLE to call externally defined C functions.

This should avoid problems compiling firmware with old or new toolchain.

support/ updated, reset-nocache.o and reset-icdc.o are dependent on or1200.h
rfajardo 3538d 02h /minsoc/trunk/sw/support/except.S
53 Indentation, deleting redundant files and adding externals ConX. 3558d 10h /minsoc/trunk/sw/support/except.S
50 Removing unused firmware files, respective to or1ksim actually.

Removing the inclusion of the removed file mc.h in reset.S, probably required by or1ksim at some point.

Reworked except.S to use a macro instead of repeating the same procedure 16 times or so. Explanation added to the macro as a leading comment.
rfajardo 3585d 09h /minsoc/trunk/sw/support/except.S
47 Firmware updated to work with gcc-4.5. It is actually working just fine and gcc-4.5 assembly code seems a lot cleaner.

I noticed that by increasing the free stack space for the interrupt handler by 130 made the resulting firmware not work. I assume it is because 130 is not aligned 130%4 = 2 and the stack simply does not work then. Instead I'm freeing the previous 116 plus 128 (for 32 registers as mentioned by Jeremy) and it works.
rfajardo 3588d 06h /minsoc/trunk/sw/support/except.S
36 utils: -adding a 32 to 8 bit Wishbone bridge to connect 8 bit modules to the MinSoC interconnect.
-adding a Linux driver for parallel cables for the adv_jtag_bridge. It circumvents the necessity of privilege to run adv_jtag_bridge with cables xpc3 and xess.

sw/support: support library has been made completely standalone. That means, it is now independent from uClib and/or newlib. Thanks to Wojciech A. Koszek for his contribution on this.

sw/drivers: a driver library has been included, which supply drivers for the OpenRISC timer; and for UART, Ethernet, I2C, and CAN modules from OpenCores.

sw/uart and sw/eth: they don't provide code to control the UART and Ethernet controllers anymore. They use the drivers library instead.

-FAQ extended:
-table of contents
-explanation of how to use the 32 to 8 bit Wishbone bridge
-how to make adv_jtag_bridge work without privilege requirement for xess or xpc3
-explanation of locking problem of xpc_usb cable
-explanation of what to do if the cable is built on-board
-patching of gdb only required if version is 6.8, explanation on FAQ now.
-instruct to compile drivers library
-remove line numbers information on what to edit, better leave it to be found only by the informed context.
-adv_jtag_bridge execution now without 'sudo'. Note included that 'sudo' is required for Linux and xess or xpc3. Reference to FAQ to avoid this requirement.
rfajardo 3731d 04h /minsoc/trunk/sw/support/except.S
2 First commit of project. Beta status:
-testbench: working
-firmware: working
-RTL: Working for: Xilinx Spartan-3A DSP Development Kit
rfajardo 4137d 09h /minsoc/trunk/sw/support/except.S

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