1. 17 Apr, 2019 1 commit
    • Kevin Gillespie's avatar
      max32xxx: Cleanup, 128-bit flash, new targets. · ba761c13
      Kevin Gillespie authored
      Removing unused variable and buffer manipulation in
      get_info function. Recompiling assembly files to
      get propper data into write_code.
      Adding support for 128-bit flash operations.
      Adding configuration files for new targets. Moving common
      configuration into shared file.
      Change-Id: I043e861f958c6926a46735f23f6b6b466edf2a92
      Signed-off-by: default avatarKevin Gillespie <kgills@gmail.com>
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    • David Brownell's avatar
      XSVF: use svf_add_statemove() · 7556a93a
      David Brownell authored
      XSVF improvements:
       - Layer parts of XSVF directly over SVF, calling svf_add_statemove()
         instead of expecting jtag_add_statemove() to conform to the SVF/XSVF
         requirements (which it doesn't).
         This should improve XSTATE handling a lot; it removes most users of
         jtag_add_statemove(), and the comments about how it should really do
         what svf_add_statemove() does.
       - Update XSTATE logic to be a closer match to the XSVF spec.  The main
         open issue here is (still) that this implementation doesn't know how
         to build and submit paths from single-state transitions ... but now
         it will report that error case.
       - Update the User's Guide to mention the two utility scripts for
         working with XSVF, and to mention the five extension opcodes.
      Handling of state transition paths is, overall, still a mess.  I think
      they should all be specified as paths not unlike SVF uses, and compiled
      to the bitstrings later ... so that we can actually make sense of the
      paths.  (And see the extra clocks, detours through RUN, etc.)
      Signed-off-by: default avatarDavid Brownell <dbrownell@users.sourceforge.net>
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