[ECOS] Cortex M3 idle sleep

Simon Kallweit simon.kallweit@intefo.ch
Fri Feb 13 16:52:00 GMT 2009

Nick Garnett wrote:
> Simon Kallweit <simon.kallweit@intefo.ch> writes:
>> Nick Garnett wrote:
>>> The "#if 0" is an oversight on my part. When debugging via JTAG I was
>>> having difficulties breaking in to an idle system. Stopping it using
>>> WFI solved this. The #else part is also a consequence of this, so that
>>> code should really be:
>> Well that's actually the reason for me to propose a
>> CYGHWR_HAL_CORTEXM_IDLE_SLEEP configuration option. During debugging,
>> wfi is rather troublesome, so I thought it might be a good idea to
>> make it configurable. Or is this too much cruft?
> I think it might be too much cruft.
> I don't know how other people work but I tend to like
> enabling/disabling debug stuff by editing the source rather than
> messing with the configuration. The latter is often more complicated
> and it takes a lot longer to recompile everything. CVS usually reminds
> me to undo the change before checking in -- except in this case where
> there was no original to diff against, and I forgot about this edit.

Well you're probably right. So let's just clean things up then :)


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