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This repository contains the Cortex-M0 firmware used with the RK3399 to implement power-management functionality and helpers (e.g. DRAM frequency switching support).
This repository requires a toolchain configured suitably to build Cortex-M0 (the M0 differs from other M-family cores by being a ARMv6-M instead of a ARMv7-M, which entails such differences as it not having a hardware divide instructions).
The make-infrastructure supports both
To use an internal toolchain (i.e. have the make-infrastructure build it for you and keep it installed locally within your workarea), simply specify “USE_INTERNAL_TOOLCHAIN=1” as part of your invocation to make.
A Cortex-M0 toolchain is needed to be set as a CROSS_COMPILE toolchain. If the CROSS_COMPILE variable is not specified, it defaults to ‘arm-cortex_m0-eabi-‘.
If you have an external (i.e. preinstalled) toolchain in your path or want to provide an absolute path, the CROSS_COMPILE variable can be used.
To build a compatible toolchain from scratch, a configuration script for crosstools-ng is included. Please refer to the crosstools-ng documentation for details of installing and using crosstools-ng.
To use this included configuration and build a compatible toolchains, follow the steps shown in this example:
ct-ng defconfig DEFCONFIG=$SRCTOP/crosstools/defconfig ct-ng build