1. 31 May, 2009 12 commits
  2. 30 May, 2009 10 commits
  3. 29 May, 2009 3 commits
  4. 28 May, 2009 5 commits
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      Remove redundant call to autoheader in bootstrap script. · 3aa4e9eb
      zwelch authored
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      David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>: · ea62c796
      zwelch authored
      Start converting the architecture-specific commands to @deffn format,
      reviewing against the code.
      
        * armv4_5 disassemble ... now documented; although Jazelle code
          is not handled
      
        * It's "armv4_5 core_state" not "core_mode"; although Jazelle state
          is not handled
      
        * arm7/9 "debug" commands ... now with other arm7_9 commands, no
          longer in a separate section
      
        * arm926ejs cp15 ... previous description was broken, it matched
          the code for arm920t instead
      
        * Have separate subsections for ARMv4/ARMv5, ARMv6, and ARMv7; the
          latter are new
          
        * Move core-specific descriptions into sub-subsections under those
          architectures; XScale and ARM11 descriptions are new
      
      The new XScale and ARM11 command descriptions surely need elaboration
      and review.  ARM CP15 operation descriptions in general seem to be
      confused and incomplete.
      
      
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      David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>: · 6149c509
      zwelch authored
      Continue updating the NOR flash coverage to use @deffn syntax, so the
      commands have more consistent presentation and formatting.  This
      reorganizes information and updates its presentation, except where
      the information didn't really match the code.
      
      This patch updates the main commands, and finishes making the section
      structure parallel the NAND presentation.  Of note:
      
       - The "flash fill[whb] addr value length" commands are now documented.
      
       - The "flash bank" command is now presented much earlier
      
       - Explicit mention is made that NOR flash should be read using just
         standard memory access commands, like "mdw" and "dump_image".
      
      
      
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      David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>: · f37a8136
      zwelch authored
      Start updating the NOR flash coverage to use @deffn syntax, so the
      commands have more consistent presentation and formatting.  This
      reorganizes information and updates its presentation, except where
      the information didn't really match the code.
      
      This patch updates most of the driver specific support, creating one
      new (and alphabetized!) section just for driver-specific data, where
      previously that data was split over up to three sections.  Of note:
      
       - The at91sam7 docs were a bit out of date with respect to the code.
      
       - The "str9xpec" stuff still deserves some work.  For now, it sits
         in its own subsection; pretty messy.
      
       - Likewise the "mflash" stuff.  That's a parallel infrastructure,
         and is now in a section of its own.
      
       - The "mass_erase" commands for the Cortex M3 chips got turned into
         footnotes.  IMO, they should vanish sometime; they're superfluous.
      
       - There are still a bunch of undocumented NOR drivers.  Examples:
         avr(8), tms470, pic32mx, more.
      
      Plus there are a handful of minor tweaks to the NAND docs (to help make
      the NOR and NAND presentations be parallel); the "Command Index" has
      been renamed as the "Command and Driver Index"; reference TI instead
      of Luminary Micro in several places.
      
      
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      David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>: · d9284c06
      zwelch authored
      Fix a bunch of PDF generation bugs in the texi:
      
       * The "overfull" warnings are basically complaints about lines
         that are too long, so they ran off the right margin of the
         PDF documentation and turn into a "black blot".
      
       * The "underfull" warnings are basically complaints about lines
         that look ugly when they get filled, because the tokens are
         so long that the line-break algorithm can't do anything good.
      
      In a few cases the simplest fix seemed to be to use more appropriate
      texi commands.
      
      In other cases the fix was a content bugfix:  "ocd_" not "openocd_";
      and many of those "target variants" actually aren't recognized.
      
      
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  5. 27 May, 2009 10 commits