Magnus Lundin <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Oyvind Harboe <email@example.com>,...
Magnus Lundin <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Oyvind Harboe <email@example.com>, David Brownell <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Some cleanup of the ARMv7-M support: - Reference the relevant ARMv7-M ARM doc (DDI 0405C to non-Vendors), and update the Cortex-M3 doc refs (DDI 0337C is no longer available). - Those registers aren't actually general, and some are incorrect (per all public docs anyway). Update comments and code accordingly. * What the Core Debug facility exposes is *implementation-specific* not architectural. These values aren't fully portable. They match Cortex-M3 ... so no current implementation will make trouble, but the next v7m implementation might. * Four of the registers are actually not exposed that way. Before Cortex-M3 r2p0 they are read/written through MRS/MSR instructions. In that newest silicon, they are four bytes in one register, not four separate registers. - Update the CM3 code to report when that one register is available, and not try to access it when it isn't. Also declare the register numbers that an eventual MRS/MSR solution will need to be using. - Stop line wrapping the exception labels. So for parts before r2p0 OpenOCD behavior is effectively unchanged, and still buggy; but for those newer parts a few things might now be correct. Most current Cortex-M3 parts use r1p1 (or earlier); this seems to include most LM3S parts and all STM32 parts. Parts using r2p0 are available, and include fourth generation LM3S parts ("Tempest") plus AT91SAM3 and LPC17xx parts which are now sampling. git-svn-id: svn://svn.berlios.de/openocd/trunk@2543 b42882b7-edfa-0310-969c-e2dbd0fdcd60