Push of first unified kernel drop


Benjamin Walsh <benjamin.walsh@...>
 

All,

I only received comment from basically one person on the unified kernel
first drop I pushed to gerrit a week ago. I have addressed the comments
I received, either via replies to comments or by code changes.

If I do not get more comments, we will push the commits to master on
Monday.

Regards,
Ben

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Benjamin Walsh, SMTS
Wind River Rocket
www.windriver.com
Zephyr kernel maintainer
www.zephyrproject.org


Benjamin Walsh <benjamin.walsh@...>
 

I only received comment from basically one person on the unified kernel
first drop I pushed to gerrit a week ago. I have addressed the comments
I received, either via replies to comments or by code changes.

If I do not get more comments, we will push the commits to master on
Monday.
After much gerrit goodness, the patches are finally in the tree.

Note that sanity runs, currently, it does not run the unified kernel
tests. To do that on your development machine, you can do:

$ ./scripts/sanitycheck --platform qemu_cortex_m3 --platform qemu_x86
--tag unified_capable -x KERNEL_TYPE=unified

It runs 37 tests currently, and takes about a minute.

Cheers,
Ben


Benjamin Walsh <benjamin.walsh@...>
 

On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 06:09:32PM -0400, Benjamin Walsh wrote:
I only received comment from basically one person on the unified kernel
first drop I pushed to gerrit a week ago. I have addressed the comments
I received, either via replies to comments or by code changes.

If I do not get more comments, we will push the commits to master on
Monday.
After much gerrit goodness, the patches are finally in the tree.

Note that sanity runs, currently, it does not run the unified kernel
tests. To do that on your development machine, you can do:

$ ./scripts/sanitycheck --platform qemu_cortex_m3 --platform qemu_x86
--tag unified_capable -x KERNEL_TYPE=unified

It runs 37 tests currently, and takes about a minute.
Oh yeah, and don't get a heart attack with the footprint numbers when
you run sanity on unified kernels: we are pulling in too much stuff,
we're on it, and we already got those numbers down by 70%.