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authorpatacongo <patacongo@7fd9a85b-ad96-42d3-883c-3090e2eb8679>2012-08-30 15:44:02 +0000
committerpatacongo <patacongo@7fd9a85b-ad96-42d3-883c-3090e2eb8679>2012-08-30 15:44:02 +0000
commit719d84691fa5d942d44afb79a777895149162ade (patch)
treefb0e696eadd71e55262e9ab4fbbed7ca2723fda4
parent0461afd2d120e9b76a904a868c5f4d78f2344e22 (diff)
Remove documentation from defconfig files so that they are more maintainable
git-svn-id: https://nuttx.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nuttx/trunk@5068 7fd9a85b-ad96-42d3-883c-3090e2eb8679
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/amber/hello/defconfig403
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/avr32dev1/nsh/defconfig361
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/avr32dev1/ostest/defconfig361
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/c5471evm/httpd/defconfig199
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nettest/defconfig199
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nsh/defconfig199
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/c5471evm/ostest/defconfig199
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/compal_e88/nsh_highram/defconfig208
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_compalram/defconfig208
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_highram/defconfig208
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/demo9s12ne64/ostest/defconfig365
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ea3131/nsh/defconfig378
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ea3131/ostest/defconfig378
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ea3131/pgnsh/defconfig486
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbserial/defconfig409
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbstorage/defconfig410
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ea3152/ostest/defconfig378
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/eagle100/httpd/defconfig282
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/eagle100/nettest/defconfig282
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/eagle100/nsh/defconfig273
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/eagle100/nxflat/defconfig275
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/eagle100/ostest/defconfig275
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/eagle100/thttpd/defconfig335
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/nsh/defconfig270
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/ostest/defconfig270
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200kitg/ostest/defconfig383
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/dhcpd/defconfig398
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/httpd/defconfig398
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nettest/defconfig398
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nsh/defconfig398
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/ostest/defconfig384
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/poll/defconfig398
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/buttons/defconfig437
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/nsh/defconfig435
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/nsh2/defconfig659
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/nx/defconfig614
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/nxlines/defconfig662
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/usbserial/defconfig493
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/usbstorage/defconfig477
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/kwikstik-k40/ostest/defconfig447
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/lincoln60/nsh/defconfig379
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/lincoln60/ostest/defconfig466
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/lm3s6432-s2e/nsh/defconfig273
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/lm3s6432-s2e/ostest/defconfig273
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lm3s6965-ek/nsh/defconfig274
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lm3s6965-ek/nx/defconfig368
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lm3s6965-ek/ostest/defconfig273
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lm3s8962-ek/nsh/defconfig273
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lm3s8962-ek/nx/defconfig368
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lm3s8962-ek/ostest/defconfig273
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/lpc4330-xplorer/nsh/defconfig685
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/lpc4330-xplorer/ostest/defconfig648
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lpcxpresso-lpc1768/dhcpd/defconfig436
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lpcxpresso-lpc1768/nsh/defconfig458
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lpcxpresso-lpc1768/nx/defconfig538
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lpcxpresso-lpc1768/ostest/defconfig436
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lpcxpresso-lpc1768/thttpd/defconfig496
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/lpcxpresso-lpc1768/usbstorage/defconfig430
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/m68332evb/defconfig177
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mbed/hidkbd/defconfig419
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/mbed/nsh/defconfig379
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mcu123-lpc214x/composite/defconfig517
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mcu123-lpc214x/nsh/defconfig342
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mcu123-lpc214x/ostest/defconfig338
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mcu123-lpc214x/usbserial/defconfig346
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mcu123-lpc214x/usbstorage/defconfig377
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/micropendous3/hello/defconfig403
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mirtoo/nsh/defconfig499
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mirtoo/nxffs/defconfig502
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mirtoo/ostest/defconfig485
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/mx1ads/ostest/defconfig257
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/ne64badge/ostest/defconfig370
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/nettest/defconfig257
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/nsh/defconfig286
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/ostest/defconfig253
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/poll/defconfig257
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/thttpd/defconfig367
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/udp/defconfig258
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ntosd-dm320/uip/defconfig257
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/nucleus2g/nsh/defconfig419
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/nucleus2g/ostest/defconfig379
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/nucleus2g/usbserial/defconfig410
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/nucleus2g/usbstorage/defconfig411
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/ftpc/defconfig525
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/hidkbd/defconfig461
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/nettest/defconfig435
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/nsh/defconfig486
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/nx/defconfig582
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/ostest/defconfig466
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/slip-httpd/defconfig499
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/thttpd/defconfig496
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/usbserial/defconfig465
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/usbstorage/defconfig465
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc1766stk/wlan/defconfig460
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc2378/nsh/defconfig175
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-lpc2378/ostest/defconfig175
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/olimex-stm32-p107/nsh/defconfig508
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/olimex-stm32-p107/ostest/defconfig459
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/olimex-strp711/nettest/defconfig362
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/olimex-strp711/nsh/defconfig323
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/olimex-strp711/ostest/defconfig324
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pcblogic-pic32mx/nsh/defconfig483
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pcblogic-pic32mx/ostest/defconfig431
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pic32-starterkit/nsh/defconfig803
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pic32-starterkit/nsh2/defconfig803
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pic32-starterkit/ostest/defconfig807
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pic32mx7mmb/nsh/defconfig974
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pic32mx7mmb/ostest/defconfig807
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/pjrc-8051/defconfig176
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/qemu-i486/nsh/defconfig230
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/qemu-i486/ostest/defconfig180
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/rgmp/arm/default/defconfig168
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/rgmp/arm/nsh/defconfig196
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/rgmp/x86/default/defconfig168
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/rgmp/x86/nsh/defconfig196
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/sam3u-ek/knsh/defconfig413
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/sam3u-ek/nsh/defconfig408
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/sam3u-ek/nx/defconfig432
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/sam3u-ek/ostest/defconfig406
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/sam3u-ek/touchscreen/defconfig535
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/mount/defconfig166
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nettest/defconfig166
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nsh/defconfig286
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nsh2/defconfig430
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nx/defconfig333
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nx11/defconfig305
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nxffs/defconfig166
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/nxwm/defconfig471
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/ostest/defconfig166
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/pashello/defconfig166
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sim/touchscreen/defconfig282
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/skp16c26/ostest/defconfig250
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/RIDE/defconfig442
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/buttons/defconfig450
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/composite/defconfig628
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/nsh/defconfig448
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/nsh2/defconfig832
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/nx/defconfig667
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/nxconsole/defconfig725
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/nxlines/defconfig715
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/nxtext/defconfig715
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/ostest/defconfig458
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/pm/defconfig840
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/usbserial/defconfig514
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/stm3210e-eval/usbstorage/defconfig490
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/dhcpd/defconfig666
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/nettest/defconfig666
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/nsh/defconfig1063
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/nsh2/defconfig1043
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/nxwm/defconfig1045
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/ostest/defconfig839
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3220g-eval/telnetd/defconfig681
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/dhcpd/defconfig636
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/nettest/defconfig636
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/nsh/defconfig1014
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/nsh2/defconfig748
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/nxconsole/defconfig964
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/nxwm/defconfig1018
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/ostest/defconfig808
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm3240g-eval/telnetd/defconfig651
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm32f4discovery/nsh/defconfig823
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm32f4discovery/nxlines/defconfig843
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm32f4discovery/ostest/defconfig908
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/stm32f4discovery/pm/defconfig823
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sure-pic32mx/nsh/defconfig577
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sure-pic32mx/ostest/defconfig430
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/sure-pic32mx/usbnsh/defconfig577
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/teensy/hello/defconfig403
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/teensy/nsh/defconfig388
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/teensy/usbstorage/defconfig417
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/twr-k60n512/nsh/defconfig451
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/twr-k60n512/ostest/defconfig448
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ubw32/nsh/defconfig547
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/ubw32/ostest/defconfig547
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/us7032evb1/nsh/defconfig283
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/us7032evb1/ostest/defconfig283
-rwxr-xr-xnuttx/configs/vsn/nsh/defconfig365
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/xtrs/nsh/defconfig204
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/xtrs/ostest/defconfig177
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/xtrs/pashello/defconfig177
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z16f2800100zcog/ostest/defconfig192
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z16f2800100zcog/pashello/defconfig192
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z80sim/nsh/defconfig198
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z80sim/ostest/defconfig171
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z80sim/pashello/defconfig171
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z8encore000zco/ostest/defconfig189
-rw-r--r--nuttx/configs/z8f64200100kit/ostest/defconfig189
187 files changed, 325 insertions, 81423 deletions
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/amber/hello/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/amber/hello/defconfig
index 580aada4f5..44aebfe8ba 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/amber/hello/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/amber/hello/defconfig
@@ -33,43 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip family.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The ATMega128 does not support interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="avr"
CONFIG_ARCH_AVR=y
@@ -99,7 +63,7 @@ CONFIG_AVR_LINUXGCC=n
CONFIG_AVR_BUILDROOT=y
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_AVR_INT0=n
CONFIG_AVR_INT1=n
@@ -123,17 +87,6 @@ CONFIG_AVR_TWI=n
#
# ATMega128 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_USARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the USARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the USART1).
-# CONFIG_USARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the USART. Must be
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_USARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_USARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_USART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_USART0_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_USART0_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -153,19 +106,6 @@ CONFIG_USART1_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=y
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -175,93 +115,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -293,15 +146,6 @@ CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK=4
#
# Settings for nxflat
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER. Dump a most buffers that NXFFLAT deals
-# with. CONFIG_DEBUG, CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE, and
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_BINFMT have to be defined or
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER does nothing.
-# CONFIG_SYMTAB_ORDEREDBYNAME. Select if the system symbol table
-# is ordered by symbol name
#
CONFIG_NXFLAT=n
CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER=n
@@ -334,9 +178,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -359,38 +200,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=4
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -408,23 +217,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=0
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
-#
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
@@ -432,53 +230,18 @@ CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -502,8 +265,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -511,22 +272,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -539,26 +284,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# # CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -575,26 +300,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -621,19 +326,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=y
@@ -652,36 +344,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -717,15 +379,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -740,38 +393,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Settings for examples/usbstorage
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# Defines the number of logical units (LUNs) exported by the USB storage
-# driver. Each LUN corresponds to one exported block driver (or partition
-# of a block driver). May be 1, 2, or 3. Default is 1.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR1
-# The minor device number of the block driver for the first LUN. For
-# example, N in /dev/mmcsdN. Used for registering the block driver. Default
-# is zero.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH1
-# The full path to the registered block driver. Default is "/dev/mmcsd0"
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR2 and CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH2
-# Similar parameters that would have to be provided if CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# is 2 or 3. No defaults.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR3 and CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH3
-# Similar parameters that would have to be provided if CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# is 3. No defaults.
-#
-# If CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE is enabled (or CONFIG_DEBUG and CONFIG_DEBUG_USB), then
-# the example code will also manage the USB trace output. The amount of trace output
-# can be controlled using:
-#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINIT
-# Show initialization events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACECLASS
-# Show class driver events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACETRANSFERS
-# Show data transfer events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACECONTROLLER
-# Show controller events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINTERRUPTS
-# Show interrupt-related events.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS=1
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR1=0
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH1="/dev/mmcsd0"
@@ -784,26 +405,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the ATMega128 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/nsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/nsh/defconfig
index 5e8eaef658..a5194dbe92 100755
--- a/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/nsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/nsh/defconfig
@@ -33,43 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - Define if MCU supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="avr"
CONFIG_ARCH_AVR=y
@@ -102,19 +66,6 @@ CONFIG_AVR32_AVRTOOLSL=n
#
# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
-# CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQ - GPIO interrupt support
-# CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQSETA - Set of GPIOs on PORTA that support interrupts
-# CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQSETB - Set of GPIOs on PORTB that support interrupts
-#
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn - Enable support for USARTn
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_RS232 - Configure USARTn as an RS232 interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_SPI - Configure USARTn as an SPI interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_RS485 - Configure USARTn as an RS485 interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_MAN - Configure USARTn as an Manchester interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_MODEM - Configure USARTn as an Modem interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_IRDA - Configure USARTn as an IRDA interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_ISO786 - Configure USARTn as an ISO786 interface.
-#
CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQ=y
CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQSETA=0
@@ -150,17 +101,6 @@ CONFIG_AVR32_USART2_ISO786=n
#
# AVR32 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_USARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the USARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the USART0).
-# CONFIG_USARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the USART. Must be
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_USARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_USARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_USART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_USART1_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_USART2_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
@@ -192,19 +132,6 @@ CONFIG_USART2_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=y
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -214,96 +141,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -360,9 +197,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -385,38 +219,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -434,22 +236,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
@@ -457,53 +249,18 @@ CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -527,8 +284,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -536,22 +291,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -568,26 +307,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# # CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -604,26 +323,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -667,36 +366,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -732,15 +401,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -755,25 +415,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should always be =y for this AVR32 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=y
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/ostest/defconfig
index 59b7c9e3ca..5a0657c6fd 100755
--- a/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/avr32dev1/ostest/defconfig
@@ -33,43 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - Define if MCU supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="avr"
CONFIG_ARCH_AVR=y
@@ -102,19 +66,6 @@ CONFIG_AVR32_AVRTOOLSL=n
#
# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
-# CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQ - GPIO interrupt support
-# CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQSETA - Set of GPIOs on PORTA that support interrupts
-# CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQSETB - Set of GPIOs on PORTB that support interrupts
-#
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn - Enable support for USARTn
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_RS232 - Configure USARTn as an RS232 interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_SPI - Configure USARTn as an SPI interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_RS485 - Configure USARTn as an RS485 interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_MAN - Configure USARTn as an Manchester interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_MODEM - Configure USARTn as an Modem interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_IRDA - Configure USARTn as an IRDA interface.
-# CONFIG_AVR32_USARTn_ISO786 - Configure USARTn as an ISO786 interface.
-#
CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQ=y
CONFIG_AVR32_GPIOIRQSETA=0
@@ -150,17 +101,6 @@ CONFIG_AVR32_USART2_ISO786=n
#
# AVR32 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_USARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the USARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the USART0).
-# CONFIG_USARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the USART. Must be
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_USARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_USARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_USART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_USART1_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_USART2_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
@@ -192,19 +132,6 @@ CONFIG_USART2_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=y
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -214,96 +141,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -360,9 +197,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -385,38 +219,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -434,22 +236,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
@@ -457,53 +249,18 @@ CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -527,8 +284,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -536,22 +291,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -568,26 +307,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# # CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -604,26 +323,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -667,36 +366,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -732,15 +401,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -755,25 +415,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should always be =y for this AVR32 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=y
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/httpd/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/httpd/defconfig
index da2bc6db08..37fa5ca7bf 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/httpd/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/httpd/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -77,18 +54,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x11000000
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
CONFIG_UART_MODEM_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -118,16 +83,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=y
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=n
@@ -136,72 +91,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -252,9 +141,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -277,38 +163,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=64
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -325,29 +179,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -373,8 +204,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=y
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -410,11 +240,7 @@ CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -424,25 +250,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nettest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nettest/defconfig
index c53cdb702f..fee66d62d0 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nettest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nettest/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -77,16 +54,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x11000000
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=y
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=n
@@ -95,18 +62,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
CONFIG_UART_MODEM_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -136,72 +91,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -252,9 +141,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -277,38 +163,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=64
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -325,29 +179,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -373,8 +204,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -410,11 +240,7 @@ CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -424,25 +250,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nsh/defconfig
index bc7145f7ea..1eaca45d6e 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/nsh/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -77,18 +54,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x11000000
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
CONFIG_UART_MODEM_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -118,16 +83,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=y
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=n
@@ -136,72 +91,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -252,9 +141,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -277,38 +163,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -325,29 +179,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -373,8 +204,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -410,11 +240,7 @@ CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -424,25 +250,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/ostest/defconfig
index 3a74cb270a..b1c8c92cd6 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/c5471evm/ostest/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -77,18 +54,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x11000000
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
CONFIG_UART_MODEM_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -118,16 +83,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=y
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=n
@@ -136,72 +91,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -252,9 +141,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -277,38 +163,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=64
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -325,29 +179,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -373,8 +204,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -410,11 +240,7 @@ CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -424,25 +250,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/compal_e88/nsh_highram/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/compal_e88/nsh_highram/defconfig
index 611bf6e799..6f2aa4c11e 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/compal_e88/nsh_highram/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/compal_e88/nsh_highram/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -77,18 +54,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x00840000
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERCOMM_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -120,16 +85,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=y
@@ -138,72 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_TICKS_PER_MSEC - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or TICKS_PER_MSEC=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -253,18 +142,13 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# FAT filesystem configuration
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
+#
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -287,38 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -334,40 +186,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS=8
CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
# SPI driver
-# CONFIG_SPI_OWNBUS - Set if there is only one active device
-# on the SPI bus. No locking or SPI configuration will be performed.
-# It is not necessary for clients to lock, re-configure, etc..
-# CONFIG_SPI_EXCHANGE - Driver supports a single exchange method
-# (vs a recvblock() and sndblock ()methods)
#
CONFIG_SPI_OWNBUS=y
CONFIG_SPI_EXCHANGE=y
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -393,8 +217,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -436,11 +259,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_HELLO_BUILTIN=y
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -450,25 +269,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_compalram/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_compalram/defconfig
index fe551816cc..edd607d566 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_compalram/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_compalram/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -80,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x00840000
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERCOMM_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -123,16 +88,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=y
@@ -141,72 +96,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_TICKS_PER_MSEC - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or TICKS_PER_MSEC=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -255,18 +144,13 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# FAT filesystem configuration
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
+#
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -289,38 +173,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -336,40 +188,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS=8
CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
# SPI driver
-# CONFIG_SPI_OWNBUS - Set if there is only one active device
-# on the SPI bus. No locking or SPI configuration will be performed.
-# It is not necessary for clients to lock, re-configure, etc..
-# CONFIG_SPI_EXCHANGE - Driver supports a single exchange method
-# (vs a recvblock() and sndblock ()methods)
#
CONFIG_SPI_OWNBUS=y
CONFIG_SPI_EXCHANGE=y
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -395,8 +219,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -438,11 +261,7 @@ CONFIG_NSH_BUILTIN_APPS=y
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -452,25 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_highram/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_highram/defconfig
index 658ad0236c..0bc0301de6 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_highram/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/compal_e99/nsh_highram/defconfig
@@ -33,30 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_ROM_VECTORS - unique to c5471
-# Unique to c5471
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to c5471.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -80,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE=0x00840000
#
# C5471 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE - selects the IRDA UART for the
-# console ant ttys0 (default is the modem UART).
-# CONFIG_UART_*_HWFLOWCONTROL - enables hardware flow control
-# CONFIG_UART_*_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_*_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_*_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_*_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SERCOMM_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_SERIAL_IRDA_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_UART_IRDA_HWFLOWCONTROL=n
@@ -123,16 +88,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_C5471_BASET10=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_RAW_BINARY=y
@@ -141,72 +96,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_TICKS_PER_MSEC - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or TICKS_PER_MSEC=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_GRAPHICS=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
@@ -256,18 +145,13 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# FAT filesystem configuration
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
+#
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -290,38 +174,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -337,40 +189,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS=8
CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
# SPI driver
-# CONFIG_SPI_OWNBUS - Set if there is only one active device
-# on the SPI bus. No locking or SPI configuration will be performed.
-# It is not necessary for clients to lock, re-configure, etc..
-# CONFIG_SPI_EXCHANGE - Driver supports a single exchange method
-# (vs a recvblock() and sndblock ()methods)
#
CONFIG_SPI_OWNBUS=y
CONFIG_SPI_EXCHANGE=y
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -396,8 +220,7 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -482,11 +305,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NXTEXT_DEVNO=0
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -496,25 +315,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/demo9s12ne64/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/demo9s12ne64/ostest/defconfig
index a44401fa2c..70b6d70b27 100755
--- a/nuttx/configs/demo9s12ne64/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/demo9s12ne64/ostest/defconfig
@@ -35,42 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed RAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of RAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The ST32F103Z supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="hc"
CONFIG_ARCH_HC=y
CONFIG_ARCH_HCS12=y
@@ -94,14 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# HCS12 build options:
#
-# CONFIG_HCS12_SERIALMON - Indicates that the target systems uses
-# the Freescale serial bootloader.
-# CONFIG_HCS12_NONBANKED - Indicates that the target systems does not
-# support banking. Only short calls are made; one fixed page is
-# presented the the paging window. Only 48Kb of FLASH is usable
-# in this configuration: pages 3e, 3d, then 3f will appear as a
-# contiguous address space in memory.
-#
CONFIG_HCS12_SERIALMON=y
CONFIG_HCS12_NONBANKED=y
@@ -115,17 +71,6 @@ CONFIG_HCS12_SCI1=n
#
# MC9S12NEC64 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SCIn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects SCIn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the SCIn).
-# CONFIG_SCIn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_SCIn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_SCIn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_SCIn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_SCIn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_SCIn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_SCI0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_SCI0_TXBUFSIZE=32
CONFIG_SCI0_RXBUFSIZE=32
@@ -145,16 +90,6 @@ CONFIG_SCI1_2STOP=0
#
# MC9S12NEC64 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SPIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SPI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SPI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SPI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SPI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SPI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -163,19 +98,6 @@ CONFIG_SPI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=y
@@ -193,96 +115,6 @@ CONFIG_PASS1_OBJECT=
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -339,9 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=y
#
@@ -364,38 +193,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -413,23 +210,12 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=0
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
-#
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
@@ -437,53 +223,18 @@ CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -507,8 +258,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -516,22 +265,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -544,26 +277,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# # CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -580,26 +293,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -643,36 +336,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -708,15 +371,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -731,25 +385,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the DEMO9S12NE64 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/nsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/nsh/defconfig
index 8c32296ab4..3d164f3393 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/nsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/nsh/defconfig
@@ -33,45 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - For most ARM9 architectures, this describes the
-# size of installed DRAM. For the LPC31XX, it is used only to
-# deterimine how to map the executable regions. It is SDRAM size
-# only if you are executing out of the external SDRAM; or it could
-# be NOR FLASH size, external SRAM size, or internal SRAM size.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART - The startaddress of DRAM (virtual)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LPC31xx supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -96,13 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# ARM-specific configuration
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS - define if vectors reside at address 0x0000:00000
-# Undefine if vectors reside at address 0xffff:0000
-# CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE - A pre-initialized, read-only page table is available.
-# If defined, then board-specific logic must also define PGTABLE_BASE_PADDR,
-# PGTABLE_BASE_VADDR, and all memory section mapping in a file named
-# board_memorymap.h.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS=y
CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE=y
@@ -114,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_DEVKITARM=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_BUILDROOT=y
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_MCI=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_SPI=n
@@ -123,25 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_UART=y
#
# Exernal memory available on the board (see also CONFIG_MM_REGIONS)
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0 - Select if external SRAM0 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP - Select if external SRAM0 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM0 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1 - Select if external SRAM1 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1HEAP - Select if external SRAM1 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM1 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAM - Select if external SDRAM is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMHEAP - Select if external SDRAM should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SDRAM memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNAND - Select if external NAND is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external NAND memory
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE=131072
@@ -157,17 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNANDSIZE=67108864
#
# LPC31XX specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UART for the
-# console and ttys0
-# CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -179,19 +104,6 @@ CONFIG_UART_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,96 +113,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -347,9 +169,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -372,38 +191,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -421,62 +208,24 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -500,8 +249,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -509,22 +256,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -537,13 +268,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# LPC31XX USB Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH
-# GIO that detects USB attach/detach events
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP
-# GIO
-# CONFIG_DMA320_USBDEV_DMA
-# Enable LPC31XX-specific DMA support
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH=6
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP=17
CONFIG_LPC31XX_VENDORID=0xd320
@@ -553,26 +277,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_USBDEV_DMA=n
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=3
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -589,26 +293,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -653,36 +337,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -718,15 +372,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -741,25 +386,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/ostest/defconfig
index 2aa5057cdd..8cbc94f575 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/ostest/defconfig
@@ -33,45 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - For most ARM9 architectures, this describes the
-# size of installed DRAM. For the LPC31XX, it is used only to
-# deterimine how to map the executable regions. It is SDRAM size
-# only if you are executing out of the external SDRAM; or it could
-# be NOR FLASH size, external SRAM size, or internal SRAM size.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART - The startaddress of DRAM (virtual)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LPC31xx supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -96,13 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# ARM-specific configuration
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS - define if vectors reside at address 0x0000:00000
-# Undefine if vectors reside at address 0xffff:0000
-# CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE - A pre-initialized, read-only page table is available.
-# If defined, then board-specific logic must also define PGTABLE_BASE_PADDR,
-# PGTABLE_BASE_VADDR, and all memory section mapping in a file named
-# board_memorymap.h.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS=y
CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE=y
@@ -114,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_DEVKITARM=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_BUILDROOT=y
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_MCI=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_SPI=n
@@ -123,25 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_UART=y
#
# Exernal memory available on the board (see also CONFIG_MM_REGIONS)
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0 - Select if external SRAM0 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP - Select if external SRAM0 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM0 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1 - Select if external SRAM1 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1HEAP - Select if external SRAM1 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM1 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAM - Select if external SDRAM is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMHEAP - Select if external SDRAM should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SDRAM memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNAND - Select if external NAND is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external NAND memory
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE=131072
@@ -157,17 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNANDSIZE=67108864
#
# LPC31XX specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UART for the
-# console and ttys0
-# CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -179,19 +104,6 @@ CONFIG_UART_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,96 +113,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -347,9 +169,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -372,38 +191,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -421,62 +208,24 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -500,8 +249,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -509,22 +256,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -537,13 +268,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# LPC31XX USB Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH
-# GIO that detects USB attach/detach events
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP
-# GIO
-# CONFIG_DMA320_USBDEV_DMA
-# Enable LPC31XX-specific DMA support
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH=6
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP=17
CONFIG_LPC31XX_VENDORID=0xd320
@@ -553,26 +277,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_USBDEV_DMA=n
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=3
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -589,26 +293,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -653,36 +337,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -718,15 +372,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -741,25 +386,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/pgnsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/pgnsh/defconfig
index 3542d3ae37..3e6a31f5e1 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/pgnsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/pgnsh/defconfig
@@ -33,45 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - For most ARM9 architectures, this describes the
-# size of installed DRAM. For the LPC31XX, it is used only to
-# deterimine how to map the executable regions. It is SDRAM size
-# only if you are executing out of the external SDRAM; or it could
-# be NOR FLASH size, external SRAM size, or internal SRAM size.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART - The startaddress of DRAM (virtual)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LPC31xx supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -96,13 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# ARM-specific configuration
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS - define if vectors reside at address 0x0000:00000
-# Undefine if vectors reside at address 0xffff:0000
-# CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE - A pre-initialized, read-only page table is available.
-# If defined, then board-specific logic must also define PGTABLE_BASE_PADDR,
-# PGTABLE_BASE_VADDR, and all memory section mapping in a file named
-# board_memorymap.h.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS=y
CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE=n
@@ -114,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_DEVKITARM=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_BUILDROOT=y
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_MCI=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_SPI=y
@@ -123,25 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_UART=y
#
# Exernal memory available on the board (see also CONFIG_MM_REGIONS)
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0 - Select if external SRAM0 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP - Select if external SRAM0 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM0 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1 - Select if external SRAM1 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1HEAP - Select if external SRAM1 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM1 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAM - Select if external SDRAM is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMHEAP - Select if external SDRAM should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SDRAM memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNAND - Select if external NAND is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external NAND memory
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE=131072
@@ -157,17 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNANDSIZE=67108864
#
# LPC31XX specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UART for the
-# console and ttys0
-# CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -184,19 +109,6 @@ CONFIG_MP25P_SPIMODE=3
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -214,96 +126,6 @@ CONFIG_PASS1_OBJECT=locked.r
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -338,114 +160,6 @@ CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK=4
#
# OS setup related to on-demand paging:
#
-# CONFIG_PAGING - If set =y in your configation file, this setting will
-# enable the on-demand paging feature as described in
-# http://www.nuttx.org/NuttXDemandPaging.html.
-#
-# If CONFIG_PAGING is selected, then the following also apply:
-#
-# CONFIG_PAGING_PAGESIZE - The size of one managed page. This must
-# be a value supported by the processor's memory management unit.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_NLOCKED - This is the number of locked pages in the
-# memory map. The locked address region will then be from
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART through (CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART +
-# CONFIG_PAGING_PAGESIZE*CONFIG_PAGING_NLOCKED)
-# CONFIG_PAGING_LOCKED_PBASE and CONFIG_PAGING_LOCKED_VBASE - These
-# may be defined to determine the base address of the locked page
-# regions. If neither are defined, the logic will be set the bases
-# to CONFIG_DRAM_START and CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART (i.e., it assumes
-# that the base address of the locked region is at the beginning
-# of RAM).
-# NOTE: In some architectures, it may be necessary to take some
-# memory from the beginning of this region for vectors or for a
-# page table. In such cases, CONFIG_PAGING_LOCKED_P/VBASE should
-# take that into consideration to prevent overlapping the locked
-# memory region and the system data at the beginning of SRAM.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_NPPAGED - This is the number of physical pages
-# available to support the paged text region. This paged region
-# begins at (CONFIG_PAGING_LOCKED_PBASE + CONFIG_PAGING_PAGESIZE*CONFIG_PAGING_NPPAGED)
-# and continues until (CONFIG_PAGING_LOCKED_PBASE + CONFIG_PAGING_PAGESIZE*(CONFIG_PAGING_NLOCKED +
-# CONFIG_PAGING_NPPAGED)
-# CONFIG_PAGING_NVPAGED - This actual size of the paged text region
-# (in pages). This is also the number of virtual pages required to
-# support the entire paged region. The on-demand paging feature is
-# intended to support only the case where the virtual paged text
-# area is much larger the available physical pages. Otherwise, why
-# would you enable on-demand paging?
-# CONFIG_PAGING_NDATA - This is the number of data pages in the memory
-# map. The data region will extend to the end of RAM unless overridden
-# by a setting in the configuration file.
-# NOTE: In some architectures, it may be necessary to take some memory
-# from the end of RAM for page tables or other system usage. The
-# configuration settings and linker directives must be cognizant of that:
-# CONFIG_PAGING_NDATA should be defined to prevent the data region from
-# extending all the way to the end of memory.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_DEFPRIO - The default, minimum priority of the page fill
-# worker thread. The priority of the page fill work thread will be boosted
-# boosted dynmically so that it matches the priority of the task on behalf
-# of which it peforms the fill. This defines the minimum priority that
-# will be used. Default: 50.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_STACKSIZE - Defines the size of the allocated stack
-# for the page fill worker thread. Default: 1024.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_BLOCKINGFILL - The architecture specific up_fillpage()
-# function may be blocking or non-blocking. If defined, this setting
-# indicates that the up_fillpage() implementation will block until the
-# transfer is completed. Default: Undefined (non-blocking).
-# CONFIG_PAGING_WORKPERIOD - The page fill worker thread will wake periodically
-# even if there is no mapping to do. This selection controls that wake-up
-# period (in microseconds). This wake-up a failsafe that will handle any
-# cases where a single is lost (that would really be a bug and shouldn't
-# happen!) and also supports timeouts for case of non-blocking, asynchronous
-# fills (see CONFIG_PAGING_TIMEOUT_TICKS).
-# CONFIG_PAGING_TIMEOUT_TICKS - If defined, the implementation will monitor
-# the (asynchronous) page fill logic. If the fill takes longer than this
-# number if microseconds, then a fatal error will be declared.
-# Default: No timeouts monitored.
-#
-# Some architecture-specific settings. Defaults are architecture specific.
-# If you don't know what you are doing, it is best to leave these undefined
-# and try the system defaults:
-#
-# CONFIG_PAGING_VECPPAGE - This the physical address of the page in
-# memory to be mapped to the vector address.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_VECL2PADDR - This is the physical address of the L2
-# page table entry to use for the vector mapping.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_VECL2VADDR - This is the virtual address of the L2
-# page table entry to use for the vector mapping.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_BINPATH - If CONFIG_PAGING_BINPATH is defined, then it
-# is the full path to a file on a mounted file system that contains
-# a binary image of the NuttX executable. Pages will be filled by
-# reading from offsets into this file that correspond to virtual
-# fault addresses.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_MOUNTPT - If CONFIG_PAGING_BINPATH is defined, additional
-# options may be provided to control the initialization of underlying
-# devices. CONFIG_PAGING_MOUNTPT identifies the mountpoint to be used
-# if a device is mounted.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_MINOR - Some mount operations require a "minor" number
-# to identify the specific device instance. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_PAGING_SDSLOT - If CONFIG_PAGING_BINPATH is defined, additional
-# options may be provided to control the initialization of underlying
-# devices. CONFIG_PAGING_SDSLOT identifies the slot number of the SD
-# device to initialize. This must be undefined if SD is not being used.
-# This should be defined to be zero for the typical device that has
-# only a single slot (See CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS). If defined,
-# CONFIG_PAGING_SDSLOT will instruct certain board-specific logic to
-# initialize the media in this SD slot.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_M25PX - Use the m25px.c FLASH driver. If this is selected,
-# then the MTD interface to the M25Px device will be used to support
-# paging.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_AT45DB - Use the at45db.c FLASH driver. If this is selected,
-# then the MTD interface to the Atmel AT45DB device will be used to support
-# paging.
-# CONFIG_PAGING_BINOFFSET - If CONFIG_PAGING_M25PX or CONFIG_PAGING_AT45DB
-# is defined then CONFIG_PAGING_BINOFFSET will be used to specify the offset
-# in bytes into the FLASH device where the NuttX binary image is located.
-# Default: 0
-# CONFIG_PAGING_SPIPORT - If CONFIG_PAGING_M25PX or CONFIG_PAGING_AT45DB
-# is defined and the device has multiple SPI busses (ports), then this
-# configuration should be set to indicate which SPI port the device is
-# connected. Default: 0
-#
CONFIG_PAGING=y
CONFIG_PAGING_PAGESIZE=1024
CONFIG_PAGING_NLOCKED=48
@@ -498,9 +212,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -523,38 +234,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -572,62 +251,24 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -651,8 +292,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -660,22 +299,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -688,13 +311,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# LPC31XX USB Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH
-# GIO that detects USB attach/detach events
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP
-# GIO
-# CONFIG_DMA320_USBDEV_DMA
-# Enable LPC31XX-specific DMA support
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH=6
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP=17
CONFIG_LPC31XX_VENDORID=0xd320
@@ -704,26 +320,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_USBDEV_DMA=n
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=3
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -740,26 +336,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -804,36 +380,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -869,15 +415,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -892,25 +429,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbserial/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbserial/defconfig
index 1d05e73faf..a3043a2628 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbserial/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbserial/defconfig
@@ -33,45 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - For most ARM9 architectures, this describes the
-# size of installed DRAM. For the LPC31XX, it is used only to
-# deterimine how to map the executable regions. It is SDRAM size
-# only if you are executing out of the external SDRAM; or it could
-# be NOR FLASH size, external SRAM size, or internal SRAM size.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART - The startaddress of DRAM (virtual)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LPC31xx supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -96,13 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# ARM-specific configuration
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS - define if vectors reside at address 0x0000:00000
-# Undefine if vectors reside at address 0xffff:0000
-# CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE - A pre-initialized, read-only page table is available.
-# If defined, then board-specific logic must also define PGTABLE_BASE_PADDR,
-# PGTABLE_BASE_VADDR, and all memory section mapping in a file named
-# board_memorymap.h.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS=y
CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE=y
@@ -114,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_DEVKITARM=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_BUILDROOT=n
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_MCI=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_SPI=n
@@ -123,25 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_UART=y
#
# Exernal memory available on the board (see also CONFIG_MM_REGIONS)
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0 - Select if external SRAM0 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP - Select if external SRAM0 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM0 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1 - Select if external SRAM1 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1HEAP - Select if external SRAM1 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM1 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAM - Select if external SDRAM is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMHEAP - Select if external SDRAM should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SDRAM memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNAND - Select if external NAND is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external NAND memory
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE=131072
@@ -157,17 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNANDSIZE=67108864
#
# LPC31XX specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UART for the
-# console and ttys0
-# CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -179,19 +104,6 @@ CONFIG_UART_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,96 +113,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_FS=n
@@ -349,9 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -374,38 +193,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -423,9 +210,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITABLE=y
@@ -433,53 +217,18 @@ CONFIG_FS_WRITABLE=y
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -503,8 +252,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -512,22 +259,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=y
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=y
@@ -540,13 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# LPC31XX USB Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH
-# GIO that detects USB attach/detach events
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP
-# GIO
-# CONFIG_DMA320_USBDEV_DMA
-# Enable LPC31XX-specific DMA support
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH=6
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP=17
CONFIG_LPC31XX_VENDORID=0xd320
@@ -556,26 +280,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_USBDEV_DMA=n
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=y
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=3
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -592,26 +296,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -656,36 +340,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -721,15 +375,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -744,37 +389,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Settings for examples/usbstorage
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# Defines the number of logical units (LUNs) exported by the USB storage
-# driver. Each LUN corresponds to one exported block driver (or partition
-# of a block driver). May be 1, 2, or 3. Default is 1.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR1
-# The minor device number of the block driver for the first LUN. For
-# example, N in /dev/mmcsdN. Used for registering the block driver. Default
-# is zero.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH1
-# The full path to the registered block driver. Default is "/dev/mmcsd0"
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR2 and CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH2
-# Similar parameters that would have to be provided if CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# is 2 or 3. No defaults.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR3 and CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH3
-# Similar parameters that would have to be provided if CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# is 3. No defaults.
-#
-# If CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE is enabled (or CONFIG_DEBUG and CONFIG_DEBUG_USB), then
-# the example code will also manage the USB trace output. The amount of trace output
-# can be controlled using:
-#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINIT
-# Show initialization events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACECLASS
-# Show class driver events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACETRANSFERS
-# Show data transfer events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACECONTROLLER
-# Show controller events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINTERRUPTS
-# Show interrupt-related events.
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS=1
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR1=0
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH1="/dev/ram0"
@@ -787,25 +401,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbstorage/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbstorage/defconfig
index 491b48e91a..c618bf4a83 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbstorage/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ea3131/usbstorage/defconfig
@@ -33,45 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - For most ARM9 architectures, this describes the
-# size of installed DRAM. For the LPC31XX, it is used only to
-# deterimine how to map the executable regions. It is SDRAM size
-# only if you are executing out of the external SDRAM; or it could
-# be NOR FLASH size, external SRAM size, or internal SRAM size.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART - The startaddress of DRAM (virtual)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LPC31xx supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -96,13 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# ARM-specific configuration
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS - define if vectors reside at address 0x0000:00000
-# Undefine if vectors reside at address 0xffff:0000
-# CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE - A pre-initialized, read-only page table is available.
-# If defined, then board-specific logic must also define PGTABLE_BASE_PADDR,
-# PGTABLE_BASE_VADDR, and all memory section mapping in a file named
-# board_memorymap.h.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS=y
CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE=y
@@ -114,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_DEVKITARM=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_BUILDROOT=n
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_MCI=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_SPI=n
@@ -123,25 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_UART=y
#
# Exernal memory available on the board (see also CONFIG_MM_REGIONS)
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0 - Select if external SRAM0 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP - Select if external SRAM0 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM0 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1 - Select if external SRAM1 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1HEAP - Select if external SRAM1 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM1 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAM - Select if external SDRAM is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMHEAP - Select if external SDRAM should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SDRAM memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNAND - Select if external NAND is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external NAND memory
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE=131072
@@ -157,17 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNANDSIZE=67108864
#
# LPC31XX specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UART for the
-# console and ttys0
-# CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -179,19 +104,6 @@ CONFIG_UART_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,96 +113,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_FS=n
@@ -349,9 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -374,38 +193,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -423,9 +210,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITABLE=y
@@ -433,53 +217,18 @@ CONFIG_FS_WRITABLE=y
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -503,8 +252,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -512,22 +259,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=y
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=y
@@ -540,13 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# LPC31XX USB Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH
-# GIO that detects USB attach/detach events
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP
-# GIO
-# CONFIG_DMA320_USBDEV_DMA
-# Enable LPC31XX-specific DMA support
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH=6
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP=17
CONFIG_LPC31XX_VENDORID=0xd320
@@ -556,26 +280,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_USBDEV_DMA=n
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=3
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -592,26 +296,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=y
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -656,36 +340,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -721,15 +375,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -744,38 +389,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Settings for examples/usbstorage
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# Defines the number of logical units (LUNs) exported by the USB storage
-# driver. Each LUN corresponds to one exported block driver (or partition
-# of a block driver). May be 1, 2, or 3. Default is 1.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR1
-# The minor device number of the block driver for the first LUN. For
-# example, N in /dev/mmcsdN. Used for registering the block driver. Default
-# is zero.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH1
-# The full path to the registered block driver. Default is "/dev/mmcsd0"
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR2 and CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH2
-# Similar parameters that would have to be provided if CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# is 2 or 3. No defaults.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR3 and CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH3
-# Similar parameters that would have to be provided if CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS
-# is 3. No defaults.
-#
-# If CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE is enabled (or CONFIG_DEBUG and CONFIG_DEBUG_USB), then
-# the example code will also manage the USB trace output. The amount of trace output
-# can be controlled using:
-#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINIT
-# Show initialization events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACECLASS
-# Show class driver events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACETRANSFERS
-# Show data transfer events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACECONTROLLER
-# Show controller events
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINTERRUPTS
-# Show interrupt-related events.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_NLUNS=1
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVMINOR1=0
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_DEVPATH1="/dev/ram0"
@@ -788,25 +401,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBMSC_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ea3152/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ea3152/ostest/defconfig
index dd95289de6..431e215e75 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ea3152/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ea3152/ostest/defconfig
@@ -33,45 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - For most ARM9 architectures, this describes the
-# size of installed DRAM. For the LPC31XX, it is used only to
-# deterimine how to map the executable regions. It is SDRAM size
-# only if you are executing out of the external SDRAM; or it could
-# be NOR FLASH size, external SRAM size, or internal SRAM size.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_VSTART - The startaddress of DRAM (virtual)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LPC31xx supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -96,13 +58,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_DMA=n
#
# ARM-specific configuration
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS - define if vectors reside at address 0x0000:00000
-# Undefine if vectors reside at address 0xffff:0000
-# CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE - A pre-initialized, read-only page table is available.
-# If defined, then board-specific logic must also define PGTABLE_BASE_PADDR,
-# PGTABLE_BASE_VADDR, and all memory section mapping in a file named
-# board_memorymap.h.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH_LOWVECTORS=y
CONFIG_ARCH_ROMPGTABLE=y
@@ -114,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_DEVKITARM=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_BUILDROOT=y
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_MCI=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_SPI=n
@@ -123,25 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_UART=y
#
# Exernal memory available on the board (see also CONFIG_MM_REGIONS)
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0 - Select if external SRAM0 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP - Select if external SRAM0 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM0 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1 - Select if external SRAM1 is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1HEAP - Select if external SRAM1 should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM1SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SRAM1 memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAM - Select if external SDRAM is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMHEAP - Select if external SDRAM should be
-# configured as part of the NuttX heap.
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external SDRAM memory
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNAND - Select if external NAND is present
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSDRAMSIZE - Size (in bytes) of the installed
-# external NAND memory
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0HEAP=n
CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTSRAM0SIZE=131072
@@ -157,17 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_EXTNANDSIZE=67108864
#
# LPC31XX specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UART for the
-# console and ttys0
-# CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UART_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UART_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UART_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UART_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_UART_TXBUFSIZE=256
CONFIG_UART_RXBUFSIZE=256
@@ -179,19 +104,6 @@ CONFIG_UART_2STOP=0
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,96 +113,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE. Create a dedicated "worker" thread to
-# handle delayed processing from interrupt handlers. This feature
-# is required for some drivers but, if there are not complaints,
-# can be safely disabled. The worker thread also performs
-# garbage collection -- completing any delayed memory deallocations
-# from interrupt handlers. If the worker thread is disabled,
-# then that clean will be performed by the IDLE thread instead
-# (which runs at the lowest of priority and may not be appropriate
-# if memory reclamation is of high priority). If CONFIG_SCHED_WORKQUEUE
-# is enabled, then the following options can also be used:
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPRIORITY - The execution priority of the worker
-# thread. Default: 50
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKPERIOD - How often the worker thread checks for
-# work in units of microseconds. Default: 50000 (50 MS).
-# CONFIG_SCHED_WORKSTACKSIZE - The stack size allocated for the worker
-# thread. Default: CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE.
-# CONFIG_SIG_SIGWORK - The signal number that will be used to wake-up
-# the worker thread. Default: 4
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -348,9 +170,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -373,38 +192,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -422,62 +209,24 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# Block driver buffering
#
-# CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD
-# Enable read-ahead buffering
-# CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER
-# Enable write buffering
-#
CONFIG_FS_READAHEAD=n
CONFIG_FS_WRITEBUFFER=n
#
# SDIO-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_SDIO_DMA
-# SDIO driver supports DMA
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT
-# Enable support for MMC cards
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT
-# SDIO driver card detection is 100% accurate
-#
CONFIG_SDIO_DMA=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_MMCSUPPORT=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_HAVECARDDETECT=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -501,8 +250,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -510,22 +257,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
-#
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -538,13 +269,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# LPC31XX USB Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH
-# GIO that detects USB attach/detach events
-# CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP
-# GIO
-# CONFIG_DMA320_USBDEV_DMA
-# Enable LPC31XX-specific DMA support
-#
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBATTACH=6
CONFIG_LPC31XX_GIO_USBDPPULLUP=17
CONFIG_LPC31XX_VENDORID=0xd320
@@ -554,26 +278,6 @@ CONFIG_LPC31XX_USBDEV_DMA=n
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
-#
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=3
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -590,26 +294,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
-#
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -654,36 +338,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -719,15 +373,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/usbserial
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY
-# Only verify IN (device-to-host) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY
-# Only verify OUT (host-to-device) data transfers. Default: both
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL
-# Send only small, single packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYBIG
-# Send only large, multi-packet messages. Default: Send large and small.
-#
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_INONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_OUTONLY=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_ONLYSMALL=n
@@ -742,25 +387,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_USBSERIAL_TRACEINTERRUPTS=n
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/httpd/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/httpd/defconfig
index 284e8d5d2a..225bafa9f0 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/httpd/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/httpd/defconfig
@@ -33,39 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6918 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Configure to use the MicroMint Eagle-100
-# Ethernet bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -101,19 +69,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -134,16 +89,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6918 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -152,19 +97,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=y
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -179,19 +111,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,72 +120,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -318,9 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -343,38 +193,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -392,51 +210,18 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -462,8 +247,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -487,18 +270,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=n
@@ -517,36 +289,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -590,26 +332,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_DHCPD_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the Eagle100 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nettest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nettest/defconfig
index ef9a79a681..898d405b6d 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nettest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nettest/defconfig
@@ -33,39 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6918 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Configure to use the MicroMint Eagle-100
-# Ethernet bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -101,19 +69,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -134,16 +89,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6918 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -152,19 +97,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=y
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -179,19 +111,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,72 +120,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -318,9 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -343,38 +193,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -392,51 +210,18 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -462,8 +247,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -478,18 +261,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=n
@@ -508,36 +280,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -573,26 +315,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the Eagle100 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nsh/defconfig
index 1d9b72faf1..47ddc168c1 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nsh/defconfig
@@ -33,39 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6918 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Configure to use the MicroMint Eagle-100
-# Ethernet bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -101,19 +69,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -134,16 +89,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6918 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -152,19 +97,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=y
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -179,19 +111,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,72 +120,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -320,9 +173,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -345,38 +195,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -394,52 +212,18 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
-#
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -465,8 +249,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -499,39 +281,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_BUILTIN_APPS - Support external registered,
-# "named" applications that can be executed from the NSH
-# command line (see apps/README.txt for more information).
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_BUILTIN_APPS=n
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
@@ -568,26 +317,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the Eagle100 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nxflat/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nxflat/defconfig
index e6e2da840f..8d291cb81c 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nxflat/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/nxflat/defconfig
@@ -33,39 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6918 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Configure to use the MicroMint Eagle-100
-# Ethernet bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -101,19 +69,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -134,16 +89,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6918 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -152,19 +97,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=n
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -179,19 +111,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,69 +120,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -289,15 +145,6 @@ CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE=y
#
# Settings for examples/nxflat
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER. Dump a most buffers that NXFFLAT deals
-# with. CONFIG_DEBUG, CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE, and
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_BINFMT have to be defined or
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER does nothing.
-# CONFIG_SYMTAB_ORDEREDBYNAME. Select if the system symbol table
-# is ordered by symbol name
#
CONFIG_NXFLAT=y
CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER=n
@@ -330,9 +177,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -355,38 +199,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -404,51 +216,18 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=y
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -472,8 +251,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -506,36 +283,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -571,26 +318,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the Eagle100 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/ostest/defconfig
index 04e5ff77a8..74a5afd4d7 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/ostest/defconfig
@@ -33,39 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6918 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Configure to use the MicroMint Eagle-100
-# Ethernet bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -101,19 +69,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -134,16 +89,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6918 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -152,19 +97,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=n
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -179,19 +111,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,78 +120,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -324,9 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -349,38 +193,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -398,51 +210,18 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -466,8 +245,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -500,36 +277,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -565,26 +312,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the Eagle100 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/thttpd/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/thttpd/defconfig
index e266896d13..b2865a2eda 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/eagle100/thttpd/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/eagle100/thttpd/defconfig
@@ -33,39 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6918 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Configure to use the MicroMint Eagle-100
-# Ethernet bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -101,19 +69,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -134,16 +89,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6918 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -152,19 +97,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6918 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=y
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -179,19 +111,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -201,75 +120,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -296,15 +146,6 @@ CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE=n
#
# Settings for examples/nxflat
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER. Dump a most buffers that NXFFLAT deals
-# with. CONFIG_DEBUG, CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE, and
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_BINFMT have to be defined or
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER does nothing.
-# CONFIG_SYMTAB_ORDEREDBYNAME. Select if the system symbol table
-# is ordered by symbol name
#
CONFIG_NXFLAT=y
CONFIG_NXFLAT_DUMPBUFFER=n
@@ -337,9 +178,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=n
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -362,38 +200,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -411,51 +217,18 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=8
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=y
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK - Maximum SPI clock to drive MMC/SD card.
-# Default is 20MHz.
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
CONFIG_MMCSD_SPICLOCK=12500000
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -481,8 +254,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -490,60 +261,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# THTTPD settings
#
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_PORT - THTTPD Server port number
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_IPADDR - Server IP address (no host name)
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_SERVER_ADDRESS - SERVER_ADDRESS: response
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_SERVER_SOFTWARE - SERVER_SOFTWARE: response
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_PATH - Server working directory
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CGI_PATH - Path to CGI executables
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CGI_PATTERN - Only CGI programs matching this
-# pattern will be executed. In fact, if this value is not defined
-# then no CGI logic will be built.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CGI_PRIORITY - Provides the priority of CGI child tasks
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CGI_STACKSIZE - Provides the initial stack size of
-# CGI child task (will be overridden by the stack size in the NXFLAT
-# header)
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CGI_BYTECOUNT - Byte output limit for CGI tasks.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CGI_TIMELIMIT - How many seconds to allow CGI programs
-# to run before killing them.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_CHARSET- The default character set name to use with
-# text MIME types.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_IOBUFFERSIZE -
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_INDEX_NAMES - A list of index filenames to check. The
-# files are searched for in this order.
-# CONFIG_AUTH_FILE - The file to use for authentication. If this is
-# defined then thttpd checks for this file in the local directory
-# before every fetch. If the file exists then authentication is done,
-# otherwise the fetch proceeds as usual. If you leave this undefined
-# then thttpd will not implement authentication at all and will not
-# check for auth files, which saves a bit of CPU time. A typical
-# value is ".htpasswd"
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_LISTEN_BACKLOG - The listen() backlog queue length.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_LINGER_MSEC - How many milliseconds to leave a connection
-# open while doing a lingering close.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_OCCASIONAL_MSEC - How often to run the occasional
-# cleanup job.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_IDLE_READ_LIMIT_SEC - How many seconds to allow for
-# reading the initial request on a new connection.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_IDLE_SEND_LIMIT_SEC - How many seconds before an
-# idle connection gets closed.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_TILDE_MAP1 and CONFIG_THTTPD_TILDE_MAP2 - Tilde mapping.
-# Many URLs use ~username to indicate a user's home directory. thttpd
-# provides two options for mapping this construct to an actual filename.
-# 1) Map ~username to <prefix>/username. This is the recommended choice.
-# Each user gets a subdirectory in the main web tree, and the tilde
-# construct points there. The prefix could be something like "users",
-# or it could be empty.
-# 2) Map ~username to <user's homedir>/<postfix>. The postfix would be
-# the name of a subdirectory off of the user's actual home dir,
-# something like "public_html".
-# You can also leave both options undefined, and thttpd will not do
-# anything special about tildes. Enabling both options is an error.
-# Typical values, if they're defined, are "users" for
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_TILDE_MAP1 and "public_html"forCONFIG_THTTPD_TILDE_MAP2.
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_GENERATE_INDICES
-# CONFIG_THTTPD_URLPATTERN - If defined, then it will be used to match
-# and verify referrers.
CONFIG_THTTPD_PORT=80
CONFIG_THTTPD_IPADDR=0x0a000002
CONFIG_THTTPD_SERVER_ADDRESS="http://www.nuttx.org"
@@ -604,36 +321,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -669,26 +356,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the Eagle100 which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/nsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/nsh/defconfig
index 37ca29ec12..4f556d406d 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/nsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/nsh/defconfig
@@ -34,37 +34,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6B96 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -108,19 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6B96 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART2_DISABLE=y
@@ -149,16 +106,6 @@ CONFIG_UART2_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6B96 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -167,19 +114,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6B96 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=y
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=n
@@ -194,19 +128,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -216,78 +137,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -340,9 +189,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -365,38 +211,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -414,10 +228,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
-# CONFIG_NFS - Enable NFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
CONFIG_NFS=y
@@ -425,36 +235,10 @@ CONFIG_NFS=y
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=0
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -480,8 +264,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -514,36 +296,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -579,26 +331,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the LM3S6B96 Eval Kit which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/ostest/defconfig
index 11562cabe5..21c4466974 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ekk-lm3s9b96/ostest/defconfig
@@ -34,37 +34,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The LM3S6965 supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibratre
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -108,19 +78,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DISABLE_GPIOJ_IRQS=y
#
# LM3S6B96 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the UART
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART2_DISABLE=y
@@ -149,16 +106,6 @@ CONFIG_UART2_2STOP=0
#
# LM3S6B96 specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -167,19 +114,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# LM3S6B96 specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET - This must be set (along with CONFIG_NET)
-# to build the LM3S Ethernet driver
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS - Enable to use Ethernet LEDs on the board.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC - If the board-specific logic can provide
-# a MAC address (via lm3s_ethernetmac()), then this should be selected.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHHDUPLEX - Set to force half duplex operation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOAUTOCRC - Set to suppress auto-CRC generation
-# CONFIG_LM3S_ETHNOPAD - Set to suppress Tx padding
-# CONFIG_LM3S_MULTICAST - Set to enable multicast frames
-# CONFIG_LM3S_PROMISCUOUS - Set to enable promiscuous mode
-# CONFIG_LM3S_BADCRC - Set to enable bad CRC rejection.
-# CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET - Dump each packet received/sent to the console.
-#
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHERNET=n
CONFIG_LM3S_ETHLEDS=n
CONFIG_LM3S_BOARDMAC=y
@@ -194,19 +128,6 @@ CONFIG_LM3S_DUMPPACKET=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -216,78 +137,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME - Enables Gregorian time conversions.
-# You would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversions in the past or in the distant future.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions. You
-# would only need this if you are concerned about accurate
-# time conversion in the distand past. You must also define
-# CONFIG_GREGORIAN_TIME in order to use Julian time.
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_NXFLAT. Enable support for the NXFLAT binary format.
-# This format will support execution of NuttX binaries located
-# in a ROMFS filesystem (see examples/nxflat).
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -339,9 +188,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -364,38 +210,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -413,10 +227,6 @@ CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS=4
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
-# CONFIG_NFS - Enable NFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
CONFIG_NFS=n
@@ -424,36 +234,10 @@ CONFIG_NFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-#
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=0
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -477,8 +261,6 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
@@ -511,36 +293,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_ARCHINIT - Platform provides architecture
-# specific initialization (nsh_archinitialize()).
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
-#
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -576,26 +328,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# (should also be =n for the LM3S6965 Eval Kit which always runs from flash)
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer (arm7tdmi only)
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200kitg/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200kitg/ostest/defconfig
index b9a001ebf1..056ab3a1e5 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200kitg/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200kitg/ostest/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -85,17 +56,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK=n
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -114,21 +74,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=n
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -145,19 +90,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -167,74 +99,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimul support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -285,9 +149,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -310,38 +171,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -367,47 +196,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -431,29 +230,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -466,25 +249,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -501,25 +265,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -536,58 +281,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -637,33 +330,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -697,28 +363,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -741,11 +385,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -755,25 +395,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/dhcpd/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/dhcpd/defconfig
index 85c0881577..dad606ed98 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/dhcpd/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/dhcpd/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -86,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP=n
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of data bits (7 or 8)
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -118,21 +77,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=y
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -149,19 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -171,75 +102,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_NET - enables debug of the network subsystem
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimal, write-only support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -291,9 +153,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -316,38 +175,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -373,47 +200,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -439,29 +236,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=y
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -474,25 +255,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -509,25 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -544,58 +287,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -635,18 +326,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=y
@@ -664,33 +344,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -731,28 +384,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_DHCPD_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -775,11 +406,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -789,25 +416,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/httpd/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/httpd/defconfig
index 9eda29217e..0902d80b2a 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/httpd/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/httpd/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -86,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP=n
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of data bits (7 or 8)
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -118,21 +77,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=y
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -149,19 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -171,75 +102,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_NET - enables debug of the network subsystem
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimal, write-only support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -291,9 +153,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -316,38 +175,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -373,47 +200,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -439,29 +236,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -474,25 +255,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -509,25 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -544,58 +287,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -643,18 +334,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=y
@@ -672,33 +352,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -739,28 +392,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_DHCPD_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -783,11 +414,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -797,25 +424,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nettest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nettest/defconfig
index af65944364..bd5f02e8b4 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nettest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nettest/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -86,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP=n
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of data bits (7 or 8)
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -118,21 +77,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=y
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -149,19 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -171,75 +102,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_NET - enables debug of the network subsystem
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimal, write-only support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -291,9 +153,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -316,38 +175,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -373,47 +200,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -439,29 +236,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -474,25 +255,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -509,25 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -544,58 +287,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -635,18 +326,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=y
@@ -664,33 +344,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -724,28 +377,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -768,11 +399,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -782,25 +409,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nsh/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nsh/defconfig
index c4d6c2dc1b..efa02583c3 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nsh/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/nsh/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -86,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP=n
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of data bits (7 or 8)
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -118,21 +77,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=y
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -149,19 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -171,75 +102,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_NET - enables debug of the network subsystem
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimal, write-only support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -291,9 +153,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -316,38 +175,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -373,47 +200,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=y
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=y
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -439,29 +236,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -474,25 +255,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -509,25 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -544,58 +287,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -635,18 +326,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=y
@@ -664,33 +344,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -724,28 +377,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -768,11 +399,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -782,25 +409,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/ostest/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/ostest/defconfig
index 282851238e..c5ffe7b122 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/ostest/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/ostest/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -85,18 +56,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK=y
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of data bits (7 or 8)
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -117,21 +76,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=n
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -148,19 +92,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -170,74 +101,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimal, write-only support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -288,9 +151,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=y
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -313,38 +173,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=16
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=4
@@ -370,47 +198,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=n
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -434,29 +232,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -469,25 +251,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -504,25 +267,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -539,58 +283,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -647,33 +339,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -707,28 +372,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -751,11 +394,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -765,25 +404,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/poll/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/poll/defconfig
index 05f5c96bc7..1467ed6bbd 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/poll/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/ez80f910200zco/poll/defconfig
@@ -35,35 +35,6 @@
#
# Architecture selection
#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_name - for use in C code. This identifies the particular
-# processor architecture or, more accurately, the specific directory under
-# nuttx/arch to use (CONFIG_ARCH_Z80 specifies nuttx/arch/z80).
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the specific chip or SoC that implements the
-# architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_chip - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip or SoC that the architecture is implemented
-# in (CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F91 - Identifies ez80 chip variant
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F92
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_EZ80F93
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_NOINTC - define if the architecture does not
-# support an interrupt controller or otherwise cannot support
-# APIs like up_enable_irq() and up_disable_irq().
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO
-# Define if the architecture suports prioritizaton of interrupts
-# and the up_prioritize_irq() API.
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - Define for big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Provide button APIs. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_TIMERHOOK - Provide board-specific hooks into periodic timer logic.
-#
CONFIG_ARCH="z80"
CONFIG_ARCH_Z80=y
CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP="ez80"
@@ -86,18 +57,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP=n
#
# eZ80 specific device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_UARTn_DISABLE - Disables all support for UARTn.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the UARTn for the
-# console and ttyS0 (default is the UART0).
-# CONFIG_UARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART.
-# CONFIG_UARTn_BITS - The number of data bits (7 or 8)
-# CONFIG_UARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_UARTn_2STOP - 0=1 stop bit; 1=Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_UART0_DISABLE=n
CONFIG_UART1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_UART0_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
@@ -118,21 +77,6 @@ CONFIG_UART1_2STOP=0
#
# ez80 EMAC
#
-# CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC - Enables support for ez80 EMAC driver.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD - Provides the MII address of the PHY device
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874 - Define for Am79c874 PHY
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PHYCONFIG - 0:Autonegotiate, 1:100FD, 2:100HD, 3:10FD, 4:10HD
-# CONFIG_EZ80_RAMADDR - Address of internal SRAM (default is 0xffc000)
-# CONFIG_EZ80_PKTBUFSIZE, CONFIG_EZ80_NTXPKTBUFS, and CONFIG_EZ80_NRXPKTBUFS -
-# The size of one packet buffer and the number of Rx and Tx packet
-# buffers. This must add up to exactly 8192 bytes.
-# CONFIG_EZ80_MDCDIV=1 - The value to use for the divider to derive
-# the MII MDC clock from SLCK. Options are 1->4; 2->6; 3->8; 4->10;
-# 5->14; 6->20; and 7->28
-# CONFIG_EZ80_TXPOLLTIMERMS - Specifies how often the EMAC controller
-# should poll for a Tx packet (milliseconds)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER - Enalbes multicast MAC address filtering (not
-# fully implemented
CONFIG_EZ80_EMAC=y
CONFIG_EZ80_FIAD=0x1f
CONFIG_EZ80_PHYAM79C874=y
@@ -149,19 +93,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_MCFILTER=n
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=n
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -171,75 +102,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_NET - enables debug of the network subsystem
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_HAVE_GETPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console input
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHED_INSTRUMENTATION - enables instrumentation in
-# scheduler to monitor system performance
-# CONFIG_TASK_NAME_SIZE - Spcifies that maximum size of a
-# task name to save in the TCB. Useful if scheduler
-# instrumentation is selected. Set to zero to disable.
-# CONFIG_JULIAN_TIME - Enables Julian time conversions
-# CONFIG_START_YEAR, CONFIG_START_MONTH, CONFIG_START_DAY -
-# Used to initialize the internal time logic.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LOWUARTINIT - Provides low-level UART initialization
-# logic as up_lowuartinit (only needed if there is no
-# serial driver).
-# CONFIG_DEV_CONSOLE - Set if architecture-specific logic
-# provides /dev/console. Enables stdout, stderr, stdin.
-# CONFIG_DEV_LOWCONSOLE - Use the simple, low-level serial console
-# driver (minimal, write-only support)
-# CONFIG_MUTEX_TYPES: Set to enable support for recursive and
-# errorcheck mutexes. Enables pthread_mutexattr_settype().
-# CONFIG_PRIORITY_INHERITANCE : Set to enable support for priority
-# inheritance on mutexes and semaphores.
-# CONFIG_SEM_PREALLOCHOLDERS: This setting is only used if priority
-# inheritance is enabled. It defines the maximum number of
-# different threads (minus one) that can take counts on a
-# semaphore with priority inheritance support. This may be
-# set to zero if priority inheritance is disabled OR if you
-# are only using semaphores as mutexes (only one holder) OR
-# if no more than two threads participate using a counting
-# semaphore.
-# CONFIG_SEM_NNESTPRIO. If priority inheritance is enabled,
-# then this setting is the maximum number of higher priority
-# threads (minus 1) than can be waiting for another thread
-# to release a count on a semaphore. This value may be set
-# to zero if no more than one thread is expected to wait for
-# a semaphore.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all file descriptors
-# by task_create() when a new task is started. If set, all
-# files/drivers will appear to be closed in the new task.
-# CONFIG_FDCLONE_STDIO. Disable cloning of all but the first
-# three file descriptors (stdin, stdout, stderr) by task_create()
-# when a new task is started. If set, all files/drivers will
-# appear to be closed in the new task except for stdin, stdout,
-# and stderr.
-# CONFIG_SDCLONE_DISABLE. Disable cloning of all socket
-# desciptors by task_create() when a new task is started. If
-# set, all sockets will appear to be closed in the new task.
-#
-#CONFIG_APPS_DIR=
CONFIG_DEBUG=y
CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE=n
CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS=n
@@ -291,9 +153,6 @@ CONFIG_DISABLE_POLL=n
#
# Misc libc settings
#
-# CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH - sprintf-related logic is a
-# little smaller if we do not support fieldwidthes
-#
CONFIG_NOPRINTF_FIELDWIDTH=n
#
@@ -316,38 +175,6 @@ CONFIG_ARCH_BZERO=n
#
# Sizes of configurable things (0 disables)
#
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - The maximum number of simultaneously
-# active tasks. This value must be a power of two.
-# CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS - This controls the maximum number of
-# of parameters that a task may receive (i.e., maxmum value
-# of 'argc')
-# CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS - The number of items of thread-
-# specific data that can be retained
-# CONFIG_NFILE_DESCRIPTORS - The maximum number of file
-# descriptors (one for each open)
-# CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS - The maximum number of streams that
-# can be fopen'ed
-# CONFIG_NAME_MAX - The maximum size of a file name.
-# CONFIG_STDIO_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer to allocate
-# on fopen. (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_NUNGET_CHARS - Number of characters that can be
-# buffered by ungetc() (Only if CONFIG_NFILE_STREAMS > 0)
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS - The number of pre-allocated message
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# message structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_MQ_MAXMSGSIZE - Message structures are allocated with
-# a fixed payload size given by this settin (does not include
-# other message structure overhead.
-# CONFIG_MAX_WDOGPARMS - Maximum number of parameters that
-# can be passed to a watchdog handler
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_WDOGS - The number of pre-allocated watchdog
-# structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# watchdog structures to minimize dynamic allocations
-# CONFIG_PREALLOC_TIMERS - The number of pre-allocated POSIX
-# timer structures. The system manages a pool of preallocated
-# timer structures to minimize dynamic allocations. Set to
-# zero for all dynamic allocations.
-#
CONFIG_MAX_TASKS=8
CONFIG_MAX_TASK_ARGS=4
CONFIG_NPTHREAD_KEYS=0
@@ -373,47 +200,17 @@ CONFIG_FB_HWCURSORIMAGE=n
#
# Filesystem configuration
#
-# CONFIG_FS_FAT - Enable FAT filesystem support
-# CONFIG_FAT_SECTORSIZE - Max supported sector size
-# CONFIG_FS_ROMFS - Enable ROMFS filesystem support
CONFIG_FS_FAT=n
CONFIG_FS_ROMFS=n
#
# SPI-based MMC/SD driver
#
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS
-# Number of MMC/SD slots supported by the driver
-# CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY
-# Provide read-only access (default is read/write)
CONFIG_MMCSD_NSLOTS=1
CONFIG_MMCSD_READONLY=n
#
# TCP/IP and UDP support via uIP
-# CONFIG_NET - Enable or disable all network features
-# CONFIG_NET_IPv6 - Build in support for IPv6
-# CONFIG_NSOCKET_DESCRIPTORS - Maximum number of socket descriptors per task/thread.
-# CONFIG_NET_SOCKOPTS - Enable or disable support for socket options
-# CONFIG_NET_BUFSIZE - uIP buffer size
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP - TCP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_CONNS - Maximum number of TCP connections (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCP_READAHEAD_BUFSIZE - Size of TCP read-ahead buffers
-# CONFIG_NET_NTCP_READAHEAD_BUFFERS - Number of TCP read-ahead buffers (may be zero)
-# CONFIG_NET_TCPBACKLOG - Incoming connections pend in a backlog until
-# accept() is called. The size of the backlog is selected when listen() is called.
-# CONFIG_NET_MAX_LISTENPORTS - Maximum number of listening TCP ports (all tasks)
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP - UDP support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CHECKSUMS - UDP checksums on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_UDP_CONNS - The maximum amount of concurrent UDP connections
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP - ICMP ping response support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_ICMP_PING - ICMP ping request support on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_PINGADDRCONF - Use "ping" packet for setting IP address
-# CONFIG_NET_STATISTICS - uIP statistics on or off
-# CONFIG_NET_RECEIVE_WINDOW - The size of the advertised receiver's window
-# CONFIG_NET_ARPTAB_SIZE - The size of the ARP table
-# CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST - Broadcast support
-# CONFIG_NET_FWCACHE_SIZE - number of packets to remember when looking for duplicates
#
CONFIG_NET=y
CONFIG_NET_IPv6=n
@@ -439,29 +236,13 @@ CONFIG_NET_BROADCAST=n
#
# UIP Network Utilities
-# CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT - Reduces size of DHCP
-# CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES - Number of resolver entries
+#
CONFIG_NET_DHCP_LIGHT=n
CONFIG_NET_RESOLV_ENTRIES=4
#
# USB Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBDEV
-# Enables USB device support
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS
-# Build in extra support for isochronous endpoints
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED
-# Hardware handles high and full speed operation (USB 2.0)
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_SELFPOWERED
-# Will cause USB features to indicate that the device is
-# self-powered
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_MAXPOWER
-# Maximum power consumption in mA
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE
-# Enables USB tracing for debug
-# CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS
-# Number of trace entries to remember
CONFIG_USBDEV=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_ISOCHRONOUS=n
CONFIG_USBDEV_DUALSPEED=n
@@ -474,25 +255,6 @@ CONFIG_USBDEV_TRACE_NRECORDS=128
#
# USB Serial Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_PL2303
-# Enable compilation of the USB serial driver
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# interrupt IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk OUT operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoint that supports
-# bulk IN operation
-# CONFIG_PL2303_NWRREQS and CONFIG_PL2303_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORID and CONFIG_PL2303_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_PL2303_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_PL2303_RXBUFSIZE and CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE
-# Size of the serial receive/transmit buffers
CONFIG_PL2303=n
CONFIG_PL2303_EPINTIN=1
CONFIG_PL2303_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -509,25 +271,6 @@ CONFIG_PL2303_TXBUFSIZE=512
#
# USB Storage Device Configuration
#
-# CONFIG_USBMSC
-# Enable compilation of the USB storage driver
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET
-# Max packet size for endpoint 0
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT and CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKIN
-# The logical 7-bit address of a hardware endpoints that support
-# bulk OUT and IN operations
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_NWRREQS and CONFIG_USBMSC_NRDREQS
-# The number of write/read requests that can be in flight
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKINREQLEN and CONFIG_USBMSC_BULKOUTREQLEN
-# The size of the buffer in each write/read request. This
-# value needs to be at least as large as the endpoint
-# maxpacket and ideally as large as a block device sector.
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORID and CONFIG_USBMSC_VENDORSTR
-# The vendor ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTID and CONFIG_USBMSC_PRODUCTSTR
-# The product ID code/string
-# CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE
-# Select if the media is removable
CONFIG_USBMSC=n
CONFIG_USBMSC_EP0MAXPACKET=64
CONFIG_USBMSC_EPBULKOUT=2
@@ -544,58 +287,6 @@ CONFIG_USBMSC_VERSIONNO=0x0399
CONFIG_USBMSC_REMOVABLE=y
#
-# CONFIG_NX
-# Enables overall support for graphics library and NX
-# CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER
-# Configures NX in multi-user mode
-# CONFIG_NX_NPLANES
-# Some YUV color formats requires support for multiple planes,
-# one for each color component. Unless you have such special
-# hardware, this value should be undefined or set to 1
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_1BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_2BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_4BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_8BPP,
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_16BPP, CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_24BPP, and
-# CONFIG_NX_DISABLE_32BPP
-# NX supports a variety of pixel depths. You can save some
-# memory by disabling support for unused color depths.
-# CONFIG_NX_PACKEDMSFIRST
-# If a pixel depth of less than 8-bits is used, then NX needs
-# to know if the pixels pack from the MS to LS or from LS to MS
-# CONFIG_NX_MOUSE
-# Build in support for mouse input
-# CONFIG_NX_KBD
-# Build in support of keypad/keyboard input
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERWIDTH
-# Specifies with with of the border (in pixels) used with
-# framed windows. The default is 4.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR1 and CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2
-# Specify the colors of the border used with framed windows.
-# CONFIG_NXTK_BORDERCOLOR2 is the shadow side color and so
-# is normally darker. The default is medium and dark grey,
-# respectively
-# CONFIG_NXTK_AUTORAISE
-# If set, a window will be raised to the top if the mouse position
-# is over a visible portion of the window. Default: A mouse
-# button must be clicked over a visible portion of the window.
-# CONFIG_NXFONTS_CHARBITS
-# The number of bits in the character set. Current options are
-# only 7 and 8. The default is 7.
-# CONFIG_NXFONT_SANS23X27
-# At present, there is only one font. But if there were were more,
-# then this option would select the sans serif font.
-#
-# NX Multi-user only options:
-#
-# CONFIG_NX_BLOCKING
-# Open the client message queues in blocking mode. In this case,
-# nx_eventhandler() will not return until a message is received and processed.
-# CONFIG_NX_MXSERVERMSGS and CONFIG_NX_MXCLIENTMSGS
-# Specifies the maximum number of messages that can fit in
-# the message queues. No additional resources are allocated, but
-# this can be set to prevent flooding of the client or server with
-# too many messages (CONFIG_PREALLOC_MQ_MSGS controls how many
-# messages are pre-allocated).
-#
CONFIG_NX=n
CONFIG_NX_MULTIUSER=n
CONFIG_NX_NPLANES=1
@@ -635,18 +326,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_UIP_DHCPC=n
#
# Settings for examples/nettest
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER - The target board can act
-# as either the client side or server side of the test
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE - If set, then the
-# client side simply receives messages forever, allowing
-# measurement of throughput
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC - Set if the hardware has
-# no MAC address; one will be assigned
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_IPADDR - Target board IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_DRIPADDR - Default router address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NETMASK - Network mask
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_CLIENTIP - IP address of the
-# client side of the test (may be target or host)
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_SERVER=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_PERFORMANCE=n
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_NETTEST_NOMAC=y
@@ -664,33 +344,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_OSTEST_NBARRIER_THREADS=3
#
# Settings for apps/nshlib
#
-# CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE - Size of a static I/O buffer
-# CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR - Use strerror(errno)
-# CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN - Maximum length of one command line
-# CONFIG_NSH_NESTDEPTH - Max number of nested if-then[-else]-fi
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLESCRIPT - Disable scripting support
-# CONFIG_NSH_DISABLEBG - Disable background commands
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC - Use startup script in /etc
-# CONFIG_NSH_CONSOLE - Use serial console front end
-# CONFIG_NSH_TELNET - Use telnetd console front end
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_TELNET is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_IOBUFFER_SIZE -- Telnetd I/O buffer size
-# CONFIG_NSH_DHCPC - Obtain address using DHCP
-# CONFIG_NSH_IPADDR - Provides static IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_DRIPADDR - Provides static router IP address
-# CONFIG_NSH_NETMASK - Provides static network mask
-# CONFIG_NSH_NOMAC - Use a bogus MAC address
-#
-# If CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSETC is selected:
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSMOUNTPT - ROMFS mountpoint
-# CONFIG_NSH_INITSCRIPT - Relative path to init script
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSDEVNO - ROMFS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_ROMFSSECTSIZE - ROMF sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATDEVNO - FAT FS RAM device minor
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATSECTSIZE - FAT FS sector size
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATNSECTORS - FAT FS number of sectors
-# CONFIG_NSH_FATMOUNTPT - FAT FS mountpoint
CONFIG_NSH_FILEIOSIZE=512
CONFIG_NSH_STRERROR=n
CONFIG_NSH_LINELEN=64
@@ -724,28 +377,6 @@ CONFIG_NSH_MMCSDMINOR=0
#
# Settings for examples/nx
#
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE -- The plane to select from the frame-
-# buffer driver for use in the test. Default: 0
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR -- The color of the background. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1 -- The color of window 1. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR2 -- The color of window 2. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_TBCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_FONTCOLOR -- The color of the toolbar. Default depends on
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BPP -- Pixels per pixel to use. Valid options
-# include 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, and 32. Default is 32.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_RAWWINDOWS -- Use raw windows; Default is to
-# use pretty, framed NXTK windows with toolbars.
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_STACKSIZE -- The stacksize to use when creating
-# the NX server. Default 2048
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_CLIENTPRIO -- The client priority. Default: 80
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_SERVERPRIO -- The server priority. Default: 120
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_NOTIFYSIGNO -- The signal number to use with
-# nx_eventnotify(). Default: 4
CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_VPLANE=0
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_BGCOLOR
#CONFIG_EXAMPLES_NX_COLOR1
@@ -768,11 +399,7 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLES_MOUNT_DEVNAME="/dev/ram0"
#
# Settings for examples/wget
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL - The URL of the file to get
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC - (May be defined to use software assigned MAC)
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR - Target IP address
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_DRIPADDR - Default router IP addess
-# CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK - Network mask
+#
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_URL="http://www.nuttx.org/index.html"
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NOMAC=y
CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_IPADDR=0x0a000002
@@ -782,25 +409,6 @@ CONFIG_EXAMPLE_WGET_NETMASK=0xffffff00
#
# Stack and heap information
#
-# CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH - Some configurations support XIP
-# operation from FLASH but must copy initialized .data sections to RAM.
-# CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM - Some configurations boot in FLASH
-# but copy themselves entirely into RAM for better performance.
-# CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK - The up_ implementation will handle
-# all stack operations outside of the nuttx model.
-# CONFIG_STACK_POINTER - The initial stack pointer
-# CONFIG_IDLETHREAD_STACKSIZE - The size of the initial stack.
-# This is the thread that (1) performs the inital boot of the system up
-# to the point where user_start() is spawned, and (2) there after is the
-# IDLE thread that executes only when there is no other thread ready to
-# run.
-# CONFIG_USERMAIN_STACKSIZE - The size of the stack to allocate
-# for the main user thread that begins at the user_start() entry point.
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_MIN - Minimum pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_PTHREAD_STACK_DEFAULT - Default pthread stack size
-# CONFIG_HEAP_BASE - The beginning of the heap
-# CONFIG_HEAP_SIZE - The size of the heap
-#
CONFIG_BOOT_RUNFROMFLASH=n
CONFIG_BOOT_COPYTORAM=n
CONFIG_CUSTOM_STACK=n
diff --git a/nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/buttons/defconfig b/nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/buttons/defconfig
index 3bf72b5e27..d50ba3697e 100644
--- a/nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/buttons/defconfig
+++ b/nuttx/configs/hymini-stm32v/buttons/defconfig
@@ -33,41 +33,7 @@
#
############################################################################
#
-# architecture selection
-#
-# CONFIG_ARCH - identifies the arch subdirectory and, hence, the
-# processor architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_family - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# particular chip family that the architecture is implemented
-# in.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_architecture - for use in C code. This identifies the
-# specific architecture within the chip familyl.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP - Identifies the arch/*/chip subdirectory
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CHIP_name - For use in C code
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD - identifies the configs subdirectory and, hence,
-# the board that supports the particular chip or SoC.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOARD_name - for use in C code
-# CONFIG_ENDIAN_BIG - define if big endian (default is little endian)
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC - for delay loops
-# CONFIG_DRAM_SIZE - Describes the installed DRAM.
-# CONFIG_DRAM_START - The start address of DRAM (physical)
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQPRIO - The ST32F103Z supports interrupt prioritization
-# CONFIG_ARCH_INTERRUPTSTACK - This architecture supports an interrupt
-# stack. If defined, this symbol is the size of the interrupt
-# stack in bytes. If not defined, the user task stacks will be
-# used during interrupt handling.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_STACKDUMP - Do stack dumps after assertions
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BOOTLOADER - Set if you are using a bootloader.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LEDS - Use LEDs to show state. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_BUTTONS - Enable support for buttons. Unique to board architecture.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_IRQBUTTONS - Must be defined for interrupting button support
-# CONFIG_ARCH_CALIBRATION - Enables some build in instrumentation that
-# cause a 100 second delay during boot-up. This 100 second delay
-# serves no purpose other than it allows you to calibrate
-# CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC. You simply use a stop watch to measure
-# the 100 second delay then adjust CONFIG_BOARD_LOOPSPERMSEC until
-# the delay actually is 100 seconds.
-# CONFIG_ARCH_DMA - Support DMA initialization
+# Architecture Selection
#
CONFIG_ARCH="arm"
CONFIG_ARCH_ARM=y
@@ -100,9 +66,8 @@ CONFIG_STM32_BUILDROOT=n
CONFIG_STM32_DFU=n
#
-# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
-#
# Individual subsystems can be enabled:
+#
# AHB:
CONFIG_STM32_DMA1=n
CONFIG_STM32_DMA2=n
@@ -148,17 +113,6 @@ CONFIG_STM32_ADC3=n
#
# STM32F103Z specific serial device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_USARTn_SERIAL_CONSOLE - selects the USARTn for the
-# console and ttys0 (default is the USART1).
-# CONFIG_USARTn_RXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered as received.
-# This specific the size of the receive buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_TXBUFSIZE - Characters are buffered before
-# being sent. This specific the size of the transmit buffer
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BAUD - The configure BAUD of the UART. Must be
-# CONFIG_USARTn_BITS - The number of bits. Must be either 7 or 8.
-# CONFIG_USARTn_PARTIY - 0=no parity, 1=odd parity, 2=even parity
-# CONFIG_USARTn_2STOP - Two stop bits
-#
CONFIG_USART1_SERIAL_CONSOLE=y
CONFIG_USART2_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
CONFIG_USART3_SERIAL_CONSOLE=n
@@ -204,16 +158,6 @@ CONFIG_USART5_2STOP=0
#
# STM32F103Z specific SSI device driver settings
#
-# CONFIG_SSIn_DISABLE - select to disable all support for
-# the SSI
-# CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT - Select to disable interrupt driven SSI support
-# Poll-waiting is recommended if the interrupt rate would be to
-# high in the interrupt driven case.
-# CONFIG_SSI_TXLIMIT - Write this many words to the Tx FIFO before
-# emptying the Rx FIFO. If the SPI frequency is high and this
-# value is large, then larger values of this setting may cause
-# Rx FIFO overrun errors. Default: half of the Tx FIFO size (4).
-#
CONFIG_SSI0_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI1_DISABLE=y
CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
@@ -222,19 +166,6 @@ CONFIG_SSI_POLLWAIT=y
#
# General build options
#
-# CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY - make the rrload binary format used with
-# BSPs from www.ridgerun.com using the tools/mkimage.sh script
-# CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY - make the Intel HEX binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC - make the Motorola S-Record binary format
-# used with many different loaders using the GNU objcopy program
-# Should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_RAW_BINARY - make a raw binary format file used with many
-# different loaders using the GNU objcopy program. This option
-# should not be selected if you are not using the GNU toolchain.
-# CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM - toolchain supports libm.a
-#
CONFIG_RRLOAD_BINARY=n
CONFIG_INTELHEX_BINARY=y
CONFIG_MOTOROLA_SREC=n
@@ -244,96 +175,6 @@ CONFIG_HAVE_LIBM=n
#
# General OS setup
#
-# CONFIG_APPS_DIR - Identifies the relative path to the directory
-# that builds the application to link with NuttX. Default: ../apps
-# CONFIG_DEBUG - enables built-in debug options
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_VERBOSE - enables verbose debug output
-# CONFIG_DEBUG_SYMBOLS - build without optimization and with
-# debug symbols (needed for use with a debugger).
-# CONFIG_MM_REGIONS - If the architecture includes multiple
-# regions of memory to allocate from, this specifies the
-# number of memory regions that the memory manager must
-# handle and enables the API mm_addregion(start, end);
-# CONFIG_ARCH_LOWPUTC - architecture supports low-level, boot
-# time console output
-# CONFIG_MSEC_PER_TICK - The default system timer is 100Hz
-# or MSEC_PER_TICK=10. This setting may be defined to
-# inform NuttX that the processor hardware is providing
-# system timer interrupts at some interrupt interval other
-# than 10 msec.
-# CONFIG_RR_INTERVAL - The round robin timeslice will be set
-# this number of milliseconds; Round robin scheduling can
-# be disabled by setting this value to zero.
-# CONFIG_SCHE