|author||Stephanos Ioannidis <email@example.com>||Mon Apr 13 01:20:53 2020|
|committer||Carles Cufí <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Apr 20 13:51:00 2020|
DSP: Integrate CMSIS-DSP 1.8.0 (CMSIS 5.7.0) This commit integrates the newly added CMSIS-DSP 1.8.0 (part of CMSIS 5.7.0 release) component to the Zephyr build system. Note that the CMake files added in this commit were re-implemented specifically for Zephyr, and they are therefore different from the upstream version. Signed-off-by: Stephanos Ioannidis <email@example.com>
The branch master of this GitHub repository contains the CMSIS Version 5.7.0. The documentation is available under http://arm-software.github.io/CMSIS_5/General/html/index.html
Use Issues to provide feedback and report problems for CMSIS Version 5.
Note: The branch develop of this GitHub repository reflects our current state of development and is constantly updated. It gives our users and partners contiguous access to the CMSIS development. It allows you to review the work and provide feedback or create pull requests for contributions.
The following is an list of all CMSIS components that are available.
|Core(M)||All Cortex-M, SecurCore||Standardized API for the Cortex-M processor core and peripherals. Includes intrinsic functions for Cortex-M4/M7/M33/M35P SIMD instructions.|
|Core(A)||Cortex-A5/A7/A9||API and basic run-time system for the Cortex-A5/A7/A9 processor core and peripherals.|
|Driver||All Cortex-M, SecurCore||Generic peripheral driver interfaces for middleware. Connects microcontroller peripherals with middleware that implements for example communication stacks, file systems, or graphic user interfaces.|
|DSP||All Cortex-M||DSP library collection with over 60 Functions for various data types: fixed-point (fractional q7, q15, q31) and single precision floating-point (32-bit). Implementations optimized for the SIMD instruction set are available for Cortex-M4/M7/M33/M35P.|
|NN||All Cortex-M||Collection of efficient neural network kernels developed to maximize the performance and minimize the memory footprint on Cortex-M processor cores.|
|RTOS v1||Cortex-M0/M0+/M3/M4/M7||Common API for real-time operating systems along with a reference implementation based on RTX. It enables software components that can work across multiple RTOS systems.|
|RTOS v2||All Cortex-M, Cortex-A5/A7/A9||Extends CMSIS-RTOS v1 with Armv8-M support, dynamic object creation, provisions for multi-core systems, binary compatible interface.|
|Pack||All Cortex-M, SecurCore, Cortex-A5/A7/A9||Describes a delivery mechanism for software components, device parameters, and evaluation board support. It simplifies software re-use and product life-cycle management (PLM).|
|SVD||All Cortex-M, SecurCore||Peripheral description of a device that can be used to create peripheral awareness in debuggers or CMSIS-Core header files.|
|DAP||All Cortex||Firmware for a debug unit that interfaces to the CoreSight Debug Access Port.|
|Zone||All Cortex-M||Defines methods to describe system resources and to partition these resources into multiple projects and execution areas.|
For further details see also the Slides of the Embedded World CMSIS Partner Meeting.
|cmsis-pack-eclipse||CMSIS-Pack Management for Eclipse reference implementation Pack support|
|CMSIS-FreeRTOS||CMSIS-RTOS adoption of FreeRTOS|
|CMSIS-Driver||Generic MCU driver implementations and templates for Ethernet MAC/PHY and Flash.|
|CMSIS-Driver_Validation||CMSIS-Driver Validation can be used to verify CMSIS-Driver in a user system|
|CMSIS-Zone||CMSIS-Zone Utility along with example projects and FreeMarker templates|
|NXP_LPC||CMSIS Driver Implementations for the NXP LPC Microcontroller Series|
|mdk-packs||IoT cloud connectors as trail implementations for MDK (help us to make it generic)|
|trustedfirmware.org||Arm Trusted Firmware provides a reference implementation of secure world software for Armv8-A and Armv8-M.|
|CMSIS/Core||CMSIS-Core(M) related files (for release)|
|CMSIS/Core_A||CMSIS-Core(A) related files (for release)|
|CMSIS/CoreValidation||Validation for Core(M) and Core(A) (NOT part of release)|
|CMSIS/DAP||CMSIS-DAP related files and examples|
|CMSIS/Driver||CMSIS-Driver API headers and template files|
|CMSIS/DSP||CMSIS-DSP related files|
|CMSIS/NN||CMSIS-NN related files|
|CMSIS/RTOS||RTOS v1 related files (for Cortex-M)|
|CMSIS/RTOS2||RTOS v2 related files (for Cortex-M & Armv8-M)|
|CMSIS/Pack||CMSIS-Pack examples and tutorials|
|CMSIS/DoxyGen||Source of the documentation|
This GitHub development repository contains already pre-built libraries (stored in Git-LFS) of various software components (DSP, RTOS, RTOS2). These libraries are validated for release. Git-LFS needs to be installed to retrieve the actual binary files, please see https://git-lfs.github.com/.
To build a complete CMSIS pack for installation the following additional tools are required:
Using these tools, you can generate on a Windows PC:
CMSIS Software Pack using the batch file gen_pack.bat (located in ./CMSIS/Utilities). This batch file also generates the documentation.
CMSIS Documentation using the batch file genDoc.bat (located in ./CMSIS/Doxygen).
The file ./CMSIS/DoxyGen/How2Doc.txt describes the rules for creating API documentation.
Arm CMSIS is licensed under Apache-2.0.
Contributions are accepted under Apache-2.0. Only submit contributions where you have authored all of the code.
Please feel free to raise an issue on GitHub to report misbehavior (i.e. bugs) or start discussions about enhancements. This is your best way to interact directly with the maintenance team and the community. We encourage you to append implementation suggestions as this helps to decrease the workload of the very limited maintenance team.
We will be monitoring and responding to issues as best we can. Please attempt to avoid filing duplicates of open or closed items when possible. In the spirit of openness we will be tagging issues with the following:
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