Fork of the vendor (Boundary Devices) u-boot for Reform 2, with minor tweaks. The goal is to migrate to mainstream u-boot or barebox ASAP. The main impediment so far is the 4GB RAM config.
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config.mk 2.2 KiB

18 years ago
Licenses: introduce SPDX Unique Lincense Identifiers Like many other projects, U-Boot has a tradition of including big blocks of License headers in all files. This not only blows up the source code with mostly redundant information, but also makes it very difficult to generate License Clearing Reports. An additional problem is that even the same lincenses are referred to by a number of slightly varying text blocks (full, abbreviated, different indentation, line wrapping and/or white space, with obsolete address information, ...) which makes automatic processing a nightmare. To make this easier, such license headers in the source files will be replaced with a single line reference to Unique Lincense Identifiers as defined by the Linux Foundation's SPDX project [1]. For example, in a source file the full "GPL v2.0 or later" header text will be replaced by a single line: SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+ We use the SPDX Unique Lincense Identifiers here; these are available at [2]. Note: From the legal point of view, this patch is supposed to be only a change to the textual representation of the license information, but in no way any change to the actual license terms. With this patch applied, all files will still be licensed under the same terms they were before. Note 2: The apparent difference between the old "COPYING" and the new "Licenses/gpl-2.0.txt" only results from switching to the upstream version of the license which is differently formatted; there are not any actual changes to the content. Note 3: There are some recurring questions about linense issues, such as: - Is a "All Rights Reserved" clause a problem in GPL code? - Are files without any license header a problem? - Do we need license headers at all? The following excerpt from an e-mail by Daniel B. Ravicher should help with these: | Message-ID: <4ADF8CAA.5030808@softwarefreedom.org> | Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2009 18:35:22 -0400 | From: "Daniel B. Ravicher" <ravicher@softwarefreedom.org> | To: Wolfgang Denk <wd@denx.de> | Subject: Re: GPL and license cleanup questions | | Mr. Denk, | | Wolfgang Denk wrote: | > - There are a number of files which do not include any specific | > license information at all. Is it correct to assume that these files | > are automatically covered by the "GPL v2 or later" clause as | > specified by the COPYING file in the top level directory of the | > U-Boot source tree? | | That is a very fact specific analysis and could be different across the | various files. However, if the contributor could reasonably be expected | to have known that the project was licensed GPLv2 or later at the time | she made her contribution, then a reasonably implication is that she | consented to her contributions being distributed under those terms. | | > - Do such files need any clean up, for example should we add GPL | > headers to them, or is this not needed? | | If the project as a whole is licensed under clear terms, you need not | identify those same terms in each file, although there is no harm in | doing so. | | > - There are other files, which include both a GPL license header | > _plus_ some copyright note with an "All Rights Reserved" clause. It | > has been my understanding that this is a conflict, and me must ask | > the copyright holders to remove such "All Rights Reserved" clauses. | > But then, some people claim that "All Rights Reserved" is a no-op | > nowadays. License checking tools (like OSLC) seem to indicate this is | > a problem, but then we see quite a lot of "All rights reserved" in | > BSD-licensed files in gcc and glibc. So what is the correct way to | > deal with such files? | | It is not a conflict to grant a license and also reserve all rights, as | implicit in that language is that you are reserving all "other" rights | not granted in the license. Thus, a file with "Licensed under GPL, All | Rights Reserved" would mean that it is licensed under the GPL, but no | other rights are given to copy, modify or redistribute it. | | Warm regards, | --Dan | | Daniel B. Ravicher, Legal Director | Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) and Moglen Ravicher LLC | 1995 Broadway, 17th Fl., New York, NY 10023 | (212) 461-1902 direct (212) 580-0800 main (212) 580-0898 fax | ravicher@softwarefreedom.org www.softwarefreedom.org [1] http://spdx.org/ [2] http://spdx.org/licenses/ Signed-off-by: Wolfgang Denk <wd@denx.de>
7 years ago
18 years ago
kbuild: improve Kbuild speed Kbuild brought about many advantages for us but a significant performance regression was reported by Simon Glass. After some discussions and analysis, it turned out its main cause is in $(call cc-option,...). Historically, U-Boot parses all config.mk (arch/*/config.mk and board/*/config.mk) every time descending into subdirectories. That means cc-options are evaluated over and over again. $(call cc-option,...) is useful but costly. So we want to evaluate them only in ./Makefile and spl/Makefile and export compiler flags. This commit changes the build system as follows: - Modify scripts/Makefile.build to not include config.mk Instead, add $(PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS) to asflags-y, ccflags-y, cppflags-y. - Export many variables Going forward, Kbuild will not parse config.mk files when it descends into subdirectories. If we want to set variables in config.mk and use them in subdirectories, they must be exported. This is the list of variables to get exported: PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS CPUDIR BOARDDIR OBJCOPYFLAGS LDFLAGS LDFLAGS_FINAL (used in nand_spl/board/*/*/Makefile) CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) SYM_PREFIX (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) RELFLAGS (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) - Delete CPPFLAGS This variable has been replaced with PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS - Copy gcclibdir from example/standalone/Makefile to arch/sparc/config.mk The reference in CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR must be resolved before it is exported. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Reported-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Acked-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Tested-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> [on Sandbox] Tested-by: Stephen Warren <swarren@nvidia.com> [on Tegra]
7 years ago
18 years ago
kconfig: switch to Kconfig This commit enables Kconfig. Going forward, we use Kconfig for the board configuration. mkconfig will never be used. Nor will include/config.mk be generated. Kconfig must be adjusted for U-Boot because our situation is a little more complicated than Linux Kernel. We have to generate multiple boot images (Normal, SPL, TPL) from one source tree. Each image needs its own configuration input. Usage: Run "make <board>_defconfig" to do the board configuration. It will create the .config file and additionally spl/.config, tpl/.config if SPL, TPL is enabled, respectively. You can use "make config", "make menuconfig" etc. to create a new .config or modify the existing one. Use "make spl/config", "make spl/menuconfig" etc. for spl/.config and do likewise for tpl/.config file. The generic syntax of configuration targets for SPL, TPL is: <target_image>/<config_command> Here, <target_image> is either 'spl' or 'tpl' <config_command> is 'config', 'menuconfig', 'xconfig', etc. When the configuration is done, run "make". (Or "make <board>_defconfig all" will do the configuration and build in one time.) For futher information of how Kconfig works in U-Boot, please read the comment block of scripts/multiconfig.py. By the way, there is another item worth remarking here: coexistence of Kconfig and board herder files. Prior to Kconfig, we used C headers to define a set of configs. We expect a very long term to migrate from C headers to Kconfig. Two different infractructure must coexist in the interim. In our former configuration scheme, include/autoconf.mk was generated for use in makefiles. It is still generated under include/, spl/include/, tpl/include/ directory for the Normal, SPL, TPL image, respectively. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Acked-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org>
6 years ago
kconfig: switch to single .config configuration When Kconfig for U-boot was examined, one of the biggest issues was how to support multiple images (Normal, SPL, TPL). There were actually two options, "single .config" and "multiple .config". After some discussions and thought experiments, I chose the latter, i.e. to create ".config", "spl/.config", "tpl/.config" for Normal, SPL, TPL, respectively. It is true that the "multiple .config" strategy provided us the maximum flexibility and helped to avoid duplicating CONFIGs among Normal, SPL, TPL, but I have noticed some fatal problems: [1] It is impossible to share CONFIG options across the images. If you change the configuration of Main image, you often have to adjust some SPL configurations correspondingly. Currently, we cannot handle the dependencies between them. It means one of the biggest advantages of Kconfig is lost. [2] It is too painful to change both ".config" and "spl/.config". Sunxi guys started to work around this problem by creating a new configuration target. Commit cbdd9a9737cc (sunxi: kconfig: Add %_felconfig rule to enable FEL build of sunxi platforms.) added "make *_felconfig" to enable CONFIG_SPL_FEL on both images. Changing the configuration of multiple images in one command is a generic demand. The current implementation cannot propose any good solution about this. [3] Kconfig files are getting ugly and difficult to understand. Commit b724bd7d6349 (dm: Kconfig: Move CONFIG_SYS_MALLOC_F_LEN to Kconfig) has sprinkled "if !SPL_BUILD" over the Kconfig files. [4] The build system got more complicated than it should be. To adjust Linux-originated Kconfig to U-Boot, the helper script "scripts/multiconfig.sh" was introduced. Writing a complicated text processor is a shell script sometimes caused problems. Now I believe the "single .config" will serve us better. With it, all the problems above would go away. Instead, we will have to add some CONFIG_SPL_* (and CONFIG_TPL_*) options such as CONFIG_SPL_DM, but we will not have much. Anyway, this is what we do now in scripts/Makefile.spl. I admit my mistake with my apology and this commit switches to the single .config configuration. It is not so difficult to do that: - Remove unnecessary processings from scripts/multiconfig.sh This file will remain for a while to support the current defconfig format. It will be removed after more cleanups are done. - Adjust some makefiles and Kconfigs - Add some entries to include/config_uncmd_spl.h and the new file scripts/Makefile.uncmd_spl. Some CONFIG options that are not supported on SPL must be disabled because one .config is shared between SPL and U-Boot proper going forward. I know this is not a beautiful solution and I think we can do better, but let's see how much we will have to describe them. - update doc/README.kconfig More cleaning up patches will follow this. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Reviewed-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org>
6 years ago
kconfig: switch to Kconfig This commit enables Kconfig. Going forward, we use Kconfig for the board configuration. mkconfig will never be used. Nor will include/config.mk be generated. Kconfig must be adjusted for U-Boot because our situation is a little more complicated than Linux Kernel. We have to generate multiple boot images (Normal, SPL, TPL) from one source tree. Each image needs its own configuration input. Usage: Run "make <board>_defconfig" to do the board configuration. It will create the .config file and additionally spl/.config, tpl/.config if SPL, TPL is enabled, respectively. You can use "make config", "make menuconfig" etc. to create a new .config or modify the existing one. Use "make spl/config", "make spl/menuconfig" etc. for spl/.config and do likewise for tpl/.config file. The generic syntax of configuration targets for SPL, TPL is: <target_image>/<config_command> Here, <target_image> is either 'spl' or 'tpl' <config_command> is 'config', 'menuconfig', 'xconfig', etc. When the configuration is done, run "make". (Or "make <board>_defconfig all" will do the configuration and build in one time.) For futher information of how Kconfig works in U-Boot, please read the comment block of scripts/multiconfig.py. By the way, there is another item worth remarking here: coexistence of Kconfig and board herder files. Prior to Kconfig, we used C headers to define a set of configs. We expect a very long term to migrate from C headers to Kconfig. Two different infractructure must coexist in the interim. In our former configuration scheme, include/autoconf.mk was generated for use in makefiles. It is still generated under include/, spl/include/, tpl/include/ directory for the Normal, SPL, TPL image, respectively. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Acked-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org>
6 years ago
kbuild: improve Kbuild speed Kbuild brought about many advantages for us but a significant performance regression was reported by Simon Glass. After some discussions and analysis, it turned out its main cause is in $(call cc-option,...). Historically, U-Boot parses all config.mk (arch/*/config.mk and board/*/config.mk) every time descending into subdirectories. That means cc-options are evaluated over and over again. $(call cc-option,...) is useful but costly. So we want to evaluate them only in ./Makefile and spl/Makefile and export compiler flags. This commit changes the build system as follows: - Modify scripts/Makefile.build to not include config.mk Instead, add $(PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS) to asflags-y, ccflags-y, cppflags-y. - Export many variables Going forward, Kbuild will not parse config.mk files when it descends into subdirectories. If we want to set variables in config.mk and use them in subdirectories, they must be exported. This is the list of variables to get exported: PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS CPUDIR BOARDDIR OBJCOPYFLAGS LDFLAGS LDFLAGS_FINAL (used in nand_spl/board/*/*/Makefile) CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) SYM_PREFIX (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) RELFLAGS (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) - Delete CPPFLAGS This variable has been replaced with PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS - Copy gcclibdir from example/standalone/Makefile to arch/sparc/config.mk The reference in CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR must be resolved before it is exported. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Reported-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Acked-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Tested-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> [on Sandbox] Tested-by: Stephen Warren <swarren@nvidia.com> [on Tegra]
7 years ago
kbuild: improve Kbuild speed Kbuild brought about many advantages for us but a significant performance regression was reported by Simon Glass. After some discussions and analysis, it turned out its main cause is in $(call cc-option,...). Historically, U-Boot parses all config.mk (arch/*/config.mk and board/*/config.mk) every time descending into subdirectories. That means cc-options are evaluated over and over again. $(call cc-option,...) is useful but costly. So we want to evaluate them only in ./Makefile and spl/Makefile and export compiler flags. This commit changes the build system as follows: - Modify scripts/Makefile.build to not include config.mk Instead, add $(PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS) to asflags-y, ccflags-y, cppflags-y. - Export many variables Going forward, Kbuild will not parse config.mk files when it descends into subdirectories. If we want to set variables in config.mk and use them in subdirectories, they must be exported. This is the list of variables to get exported: PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS CPUDIR BOARDDIR OBJCOPYFLAGS LDFLAGS LDFLAGS_FINAL (used in nand_spl/board/*/*/Makefile) CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) SYM_PREFIX (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) RELFLAGS (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) - Delete CPPFLAGS This variable has been replaced with PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS - Copy gcclibdir from example/standalone/Makefile to arch/sparc/config.mk The reference in CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR must be resolved before it is exported. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Reported-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Acked-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Tested-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> [on Sandbox] Tested-by: Stephen Warren <swarren@nvidia.com> [on Tegra]
7 years ago
kbuild: improve Kbuild speed Kbuild brought about many advantages for us but a significant performance regression was reported by Simon Glass. After some discussions and analysis, it turned out its main cause is in $(call cc-option,...). Historically, U-Boot parses all config.mk (arch/*/config.mk and board/*/config.mk) every time descending into subdirectories. That means cc-options are evaluated over and over again. $(call cc-option,...) is useful but costly. So we want to evaluate them only in ./Makefile and spl/Makefile and export compiler flags. This commit changes the build system as follows: - Modify scripts/Makefile.build to not include config.mk Instead, add $(PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS) to asflags-y, ccflags-y, cppflags-y. - Export many variables Going forward, Kbuild will not parse config.mk files when it descends into subdirectories. If we want to set variables in config.mk and use them in subdirectories, they must be exported. This is the list of variables to get exported: PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS CPUDIR BOARDDIR OBJCOPYFLAGS LDFLAGS LDFLAGS_FINAL (used in nand_spl/board/*/*/Makefile) CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) SYM_PREFIX (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) RELFLAGS (used in examples/standalone/Makefile) - Delete CPPFLAGS This variable has been replaced with PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS - Copy gcclibdir from example/standalone/Makefile to arch/sparc/config.mk The reference in CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR must be resolved before it is exported. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <yamada.m@jp.panasonic.com> Reported-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Acked-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> Tested-by: Simon Glass <sjg@chromium.org> [on Sandbox] Tested-by: Stephen Warren <swarren@nvidia.com> [on Tegra]
7 years ago
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  1. # SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+
  2. #
  3. # (C) Copyright 2000-2013
  4. # Wolfgang Denk, DENX Software Engineering, wd@denx.de.
  5. #########################################################################
  6. # This file is included from ./Makefile and spl/Makefile.
  7. # Clean the state to avoid the same flags added twice.
  8. #
  9. # (Tegra needs different flags for SPL.
  10. # That's the reason why this file must be included from spl/Makefile too.
  11. # If we did not have Tegra SoCs, build system would be much simpler...)
  12. PLATFORM_RELFLAGS :=
  13. PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS :=
  14. PLATFORM_LDFLAGS :=
  15. LDFLAGS :=
  16. LDFLAGS_FINAL :=
  17. OBJCOPYFLAGS :=
  18. # clear VENDOR for tcsh
  19. VENDOR :=
  20. #########################################################################
  21. ARCH := $(CONFIG_SYS_ARCH:"%"=%)
  22. CPU := $(CONFIG_SYS_CPU:"%"=%)
  23. ifdef CONFIG_SPL_BUILD
  24. ifdef CONFIG_TEGRA
  25. CPU := arm720t
  26. endif
  27. endif
  28. BOARD := $(CONFIG_SYS_BOARD:"%"=%)
  29. ifneq ($(CONFIG_SYS_VENDOR),)
  30. VENDOR := $(CONFIG_SYS_VENDOR:"%"=%)
  31. endif
  32. ifneq ($(CONFIG_SYS_SOC),)
  33. SOC := $(CONFIG_SYS_SOC:"%"=%)
  34. endif
  35. # Some architecture config.mk files need to know what CPUDIR is set to,
  36. # so calculate CPUDIR before including ARCH/SOC/CPU config.mk files.
  37. # Check if arch/$ARCH/cpu/$CPU exists, otherwise assume arch/$ARCH/cpu contains
  38. # CPU-specific code.
  39. CPUDIR=arch/$(ARCH)/cpu$(if $(CPU),/$(CPU),)
  40. sinclude $(srctree)/arch/$(ARCH)/config.mk # include architecture dependend rules
  41. sinclude $(srctree)/$(CPUDIR)/config.mk # include CPU specific rules
  42. ifdef SOC
  43. sinclude $(srctree)/$(CPUDIR)/$(SOC)/config.mk # include SoC specific rules
  44. endif
  45. ifneq ($(BOARD),)
  46. ifdef VENDOR
  47. BOARDDIR = $(VENDOR)/$(BOARD)
  48. else
  49. BOARDDIR = $(BOARD)
  50. endif
  51. endif
  52. ifdef BOARD
  53. sinclude $(srctree)/board/$(BOARDDIR)/config.mk # include board specific rules
  54. endif
  55. ifdef FTRACE
  56. PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS += -finstrument-functions -DFTRACE
  57. endif
  58. # Allow use of stdint.h if available
  59. ifneq ($(USE_STDINT),)
  60. PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS += -DCONFIG_USE_STDINT
  61. endif
  62. #########################################################################
  63. RELFLAGS := $(PLATFORM_RELFLAGS)
  64. PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS += $(RELFLAGS)
  65. PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS += -pipe
  66. LDFLAGS += $(PLATFORM_LDFLAGS)
  67. LDFLAGS_FINAL += -Bstatic
  68. export PLATFORM_CPPFLAGS
  69. export RELFLAGS
  70. export LDFLAGS_FINAL
  71. export CONFIG_STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR