HiFive1 'blinky' project
This project was generated by the GNU MCU Eclipse SiFive template.
Application specific files
The application specific files are in the
ldscripts folders. Edit them to implement the desired application functionality.
Framework common packages
The system files, common to many applications, are grouped in the
xpacks folder. xPacks are separate small projects used as building blocks of modular applications.
Most of the xPacks are part of the µOS++ project.
micro-os-plus-diag- diagnostic trace functions
micro-os-plus-c-libs- functions to complement the C library
micro-os-plus-cpp-libs- functions to complement the C++ library
micro-os-plus-startup- portable startup
micro-os-plus-semihosting- portable semihosting
micro-os-plus-riscv-archRISC-V architecture files
sifive-devicesSiFive Core Complex IP devices files
sifive-hifive1-boardSiFive Freedom E310 HiFive1 files
An OpenOCD debug launch file is automatically generated.
The HiFive1 board has an on board JTAG programmer. The OpenOCD configuration
is available as a single file
The referred files are available in the GNU MCU Eclipse OpenOCD distribution.
If you use other distributions, you can get the files from GitHub; download the
sifive-*.cfg files and
copy them in the
scripts/board OpenOCD folder.
Starting with GNU MCU Eclipse plug-ins 4.3.2, the SiFive Template project supports semihosting, both for trace output and for fully semihosted projects.
To run them, GNU MCU Eclipse OpenOCD 0.10.0-7 or later is required. Attempts to use older versions of OpenOCD will simply break into the debugger.
If you do not like the large number of source folders shown by Eclipse in the Project Explorer, you can go to Eclipse menu -> Preferences... -> C/C++ -> Appearance and disable Show source roots at top of project.
Unless otherwise mentioned, all µOS++ components are provided free of charge under the terms of the MIT License with all rights reserved to Liviu Ionescu.